Moses and Wiz make it rain in the official music video for "Bag".
SuWop, the latest musical project we've received from Joe Moses, dropped a couple of weeks ago. Now, he's giving us some visuals for "Bag," a Wiz Khalifa collaboration found on the EP. The music video is pretty basic and still looks good. It's set to colorful backgrounds, alternating between warm and cool hues. It encapsulates all the usual rap video tropes. There are loads of twerking throughout and bills flying across the frames. Stripper poles and a couple of wheels are included for good measure. The only odd figures are two chicks with some kind of watered-down version of el Dia de los Muertos face paintings. They stuff bags with stacks and take breaks to set a few bills on fire. The concept pairs well with the song, given the simplicity found across all elements of the track. Less might actually be more in this case.
The last Joe Moses collaboration we paid attention to was "Back Growing Crazy. This Future feature might be a good reference for speculative purposes. There were talks of Joe Moses collaborating with Young Thug, Future and Metro Booming. You can get over to ." The track dropped at the beginning of this year. Let us know how it aged. This Future feature might be a good reference for speculative purposes. There were talks of Joe Moses collaborating with Young Thug, Future and Metro Booming. You can come over to this link to get the lowdown. Hopefully, it hits in time for the summer.
Wiz also has some new-new coming up. Rolling Papers 2 is dropping in a few weeks. Until then, bump to his Chevy Woods collab "Bitch You Lyin."