The visuals, which were directed by Michael Garcia, features the Atlanta rappers in a winter wonderland doing typical boss stuff: You, know, showing off their iced-out jewelry and sitting on golden thrones. The concept isn’t too complicated, but the cinematography and catchy song make the video a must-watch.
“Boss Life” dropped online back in December and is expected to appear on Lucci’s highly anticipated debut album, which is tentatively titled Ray Ray From Summerhill. Earlier this week, Lucci delivered “Street Kings” featuring his friend and collaborator Meek Mill. The track is also expected to land on the 26-year-old’s upcoming project, which, according to a press release, is “coming soon.”
While we wait for more information on Ray Ray From Summerhill, you can check out the “Boss Life” music video above. The track is now available on major streaming services, including Apple Music and Spotify.
Offset is also gearing up to release new material soon. On Monday, Migos finally revealed the release date for their long-awaited Culture II album. The project is set to drop Jan. 26, nearly one year after the original Culture was released.