Joey Fatts just released a video for "Need More." Co-directed by Chris Simmons, The ICU, and Fatts himself, the video is dark and gritty. Fatts and his homies are smoking up in the kitchen and outside in the streets. A few guns are flashed also. Juxtaposing with this hard street imagery is the appearance of a baby periodically throughout the video.
The video has a cameo from Freddie Gibbs, who makes a guest appearance on the song's second verse. Gibbs' nimble rapidfire flow contrasts effectively with Fatts' blunt delivery. Both rappers ride the 808s-based beat from Eli Myles with precision.
"Need More" comes off Joey Fatts' latest mixtape, Chipper Jones Vol. 2. The mixtape, which dropped in the end of May, also had appearances from Action Bronson, Danny Brown, A$AP Rocky, and his cousin Vince Staples. Production came from Myles, The Alchemist, and Young Chop, among others.