Lil Uzi Vert, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and Don Q collaborate on new single 'Flood My Wrist' with music video
Lil Uzi Vert, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, and Don Q have joined forces on the new collaboration, 'Flood My Wrist', and also shared its accompanying music video. You can watch it below.
In the official video, directed by Picture Perfect, we see the rap trio showing off the perks of being a celebrity with their cash, cars, jewelry and partying up at a strip club. Lil Uzi Vert enters on the first verse, rapping, "I'm so rich, yeah, I could bust down a whole ‘nother wrist (Let’s go). I drive my double R on with the stick. Yeah, when I go to the club, make it rain. Yeah, when you go to the club, make it miss,” over snapping hi-hats and a plucked electro guitar riff.
A Boogie takes the chorus with, "Flood my wrist (Flood my wrist). Watch too thick now (Watch too thick now). VVs hit (VVs hit) Elliot style (Elliot style), yeah."
For fans anticipating a new album by Uzi, back in May, the rapper confirmed a new album is in the works when a fan asked on Twitter, "are we gonna feel the energy through the songs like old uzi music?” The 'Erase Your Social' rapper responded by saying he would be returning to the sounds of his older music. "Yes I had 2 get my feet wet again if you here my new features I’m back on my shit," he said. An earlier exchange with another fan revealed that a new LP is "coming soon."
Earlier that same month, it was teased that we could also expect an upcoming collaboration between Post Malone and Lil Uzi Vert. Malone’s manager, Dre London, revealed the rapper was working on a new record, the follow-up to last year’s ‘Hollywood’s Bleeding’, before sharing an old clip of Malone and Uzi hanging out backstage at a 2015 concert.
"I remember these two hustling from ground zero in 2015 To see the levels they’ve brought it to is amazing!!" he wrote on Instagram. "I know we got a lot of surprises on this next project, Maybe a Posty Vert idk I just wanted to post this clip from memory lane!!" Lil Uzi Vert's long-awaited sophomore album 'Eternal Atake' was released in March.