With everything going on right now, the world could use little pick-me-up and Lil Uzi’s “Wassup” lyric video is just that. Courtesy of Trix Studios and director Yasha Gruben, this visual comes on the heels of the official single featuring Future. This release is beyond its time, possessing high technology and video at the highest level of innovation.
Using deep fake algorithms, the video features a “Boom” (a parody of Zoom) call between a number of hip-hop stars — and political figures like Kim Jong Un, President Obama, and Trump. What makes this visual super memorable is that you will see the political figures mouthing the word “wassup” over the infectious chorus. Uzi’s verse simulates a Google image search, superimposing his face over famous portraits such as Steve Jobs, the Mona Lisa, Michael Jackson, and Jean-Michel Basquiat. The Philly rapper has created a body of work that simply cannot be duplicated.
Meanwhile, Future’s verse zooms out a bit to observe the computer’s user, a busty woman lounging around half-dressed. Then the video closes as the laptop crashes thanks to a bunch of error messages. Lil Uzi Vert has set the bar high for all entertainers in the music business trying to be different. One thing that is for certain is that Vert has scored himself another hit record!
Press play below to stream Lil Uzi Vert’s “Wassup” lyric video and tap into some new vibes!
You might also like
More from Music
YG Turns It Up with New Studio Album
I Got Issues Delivers With A Powerful Supporting Cast Of True Lyricists—J. Cole, Post Malone, Nas, Moneybagg Yo, 21 Savage, …
Multi-Platinum Recording Artist Russ Releases Surprise Single “Last Night”
Multi-Platinum recording artist, producer, and entrepreneur Russ drops a surprise new single “Last Night” via DIEMON Records following a sneak …
Toosii’s New EP, ‘Boys Don’t Cry’, Set For October 7 Release
Toosii will release his new EP, Boys Don’t Cry, on October 7, via South Coast Music Group/Capitol Records. Today, as the EP pre-save launched, …
Leave a Reply