London Jae Reflects on His Success in New “Intro” Video
London Jae is gearing up for the release of his new Gunz N Roses project, and in preparation for that, the Hustle Gang artist has just pulled up with his brand-new video for "Intro," the first track on the project.
“The ‘Intro’ is an ode to the overall motivation for my upcoming project, Gunz N Roses," London tells XXL of the new track. "I didn’t win overnight, I failed my way to success… and this time I’m coming for everything.”
The Laurel Richardson-directed visual for "Intro" finds London rocking a crowd or a rehearsal as he clutches a mic and goes on what feels like an extended venting session. A dark red sheen colors the vid as London seemingly contemplates a future with new levels of success.
"As of late, seems I'm only making time for money and good company/Snake ass niggas up under me wanna punish me/When I started, told my niggas I got 'em, and that's for life/That's a promise, before I break it I'll die twice," the 10 Summers artist spits over the lowkey track.
The video for London Jae's "Intro" places the focus squarely on him, but we can hear intermittent chants from the crowds as the song itself plays, perhaps representing the larger crowds that wait for him in the future.
Gunz N Roses is all set to drop later on this month, and if the intro for the project is any indication, it should be pretty dope.
Check out London Jae's video for "Intro" below. Give a listen to "Back in My Bag" when you're done with that.
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