03 Greedo Plays Real-Life “Fortnite” in New Video
03 Greedo may be incarcerated, but that's not stopping him from keeping his fans occupied.
Today (July 24), the Los Angeles native shared his visual for "Fortnite" via director Laka Films' YouTube channel. Fans of the uber-popular game will be rather familiar with some of the images in this video. In it, Greedo becomes a real-life character in the game as he raps about battling his daughter through the fortresses.
The "Never Bend" rhymer's flow is seamless as he name drops several media publications, proving how he's become a hot commodity in less than a year's time. "HipHopDX, XXL, Fader/Real street nigga, I ain't never been a hater/I was always taught I gotta' keep that shit player/Real street nigga runnin' for the mayor," he spits over Taz Taylor's bouncy production. He also addresses his thoughts on Tupac, rapping, "I don't give a fuck who mad about that Pac shit."
The remainder of the video shows 03 Greedo going through a Fortnite-inception of sorts as he attempts to remain unnoticed by fellow players. In the end he comes out victorious, ranking No. 1 in Victory Royale.
Before turning himself into authorities for drug and gun possession charges in late June, the Porter2Grape rapper dropped his latest solo effort, God Level. The Rich The Kid-assisted remix to "Fortnite" can be found on the 27-track project, as well cameos from Lil Uzi Vert, Yhung T.O., Key! and Yung Bans.
Greedo, who proposed to his longtime girlfriend during his last show, is expected to serve up to 20 years in prison with chance of parole.
Watch the video for "Fortnite" below.
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