In the visual, we see the pair mob out with a group of women. The song originally appeared on the New York rapper’s 2019 album Behind These Scars, which also included guest verses from Young Thug, Chris Brown, Gunna, Fabolous, and more.
In January, Casanova dropped the video for the album cut “So Drippy,” which featured Thugger and Gunna. “It was amazing,” Casanova told Complex about working with the two rappers. “I learned a lot from them. Especially recording and watching them record. It was epic, it was so effortless for them. Now I try to like put my words together like how they do—just easy, just go in there and knock it out."
Earlier this week, Casanova was in the news but for a less than favorable reason. While in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, the rapper made a big commotion about not social distancing because he said he had to work.
“As long as I got to pay child supports, as long as I got to pay lawyer fees, I'm the fuck outside. I'm not violating corona. ... I'm working. I'm busy,” he said.
He was particularly criticized for shooting a music video, to which he responded, “We all test positive for corona. We don't give a fuck. We outside. We don't give a fuck.”
Later, The Breakfast Club schooled Casanova on the severity of COVID-19 and he apologized. He later took to Instagram, writing, “Everybody ‘WE INSIDE’ and I’m gonna drive y’all crazy on Instagram cause I hate being inside."