In the visual, the Louisiana MC is posted up in a sprawling mansion with a stack of bills in hand. He hangs out with his son, boasts about his newfound wealth, and even addresses his recent run-in with the law. In other words, he acts exactly like he's in a rap video. “Turned up like we want it, we pulled up on that dumb shit/Flexin' on these niggas, pockets full of blue hundreds/Ain't no goin' back, you know I'm gon' keep it comin',” he raps on the hook.
“Through the Storm” is expected to be included on Youngboy and Birdman’s 8-track collaborative project From the Bayou, which was originally set to drop on March 22. Since the project has yet to be released, fans are eagerly awaiting both the joint project and YoungBoy’s solo album Until Death Call My Name, which was set to come out on March 2, but had to be pushed back to April 27 due to the rapper’s legal issues.
“Through the Storm” follows YoungBoy’s video for “Diamond Teeth Samurai,” which dropped on April 2, a re-imagining of the Hot Boys' 1999 hit, “The Block Is Hot."