Just a bit less than a week after dropping Nudy Land, Atlanta's Young Nudy returns with a new visual for "Judge Scott Convicted," one of the standout cuts from the project.

The track finds Nudy spitting about the logistics of living in poverty, which, if you've got even a cursory interest in rap, you know often times involves resulting to crime. In the case of Nudy, it involves robberies and drug dealing, which is something he explores in this new Marko Visuals-directed video.

In the video, which was shot on location in Atlanta, Nudy is playing a video game when he gets a phone call from someone he knows who's just located a lick for them to hit. Their conversation is short, because they already know what they plan to do: rob the guy blind. From there, we're taken through a day of Nudy laying back, playing some video games and smoking as he awaits the hour he and his team jump into action. We'll let you watch the video to find out what happens next.

"Judge Scott Convicted" is produced by the fast-rising Pierre Bourne, who's made a lot of noise this year after producing Playboi Carti's "Magnolia." Nudy and Pierre are currently working on their joint project, Slimerre.

Peep Young Nudy's "Judge Scott Convicted" video below. If you missed it, peep his Slimeball 2 tape from earlier this year featuring his cousin 21 Savage.

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