Shy Glizzy Flexes His Storytelling Abilities in “Make It Out” and “Keep It Goin'” Videos
Shy Glizzy continues to build off the release of his latest mixtape, Quiet Storm. The Washington, D.C. rapper delivers his third and fourth in-depth visuals from the project with "Keep It Goin'" and "Make It Out" videos directed by Chris Hernandez.
For the "Keep It Going" visual, the Glizzy Gang CEO shows how quickly the lavish lifestyle can be taken away. Jefe chills out at his mansion, spending quality time with his son, as intruders plan on his demise to look for the come up of a lifetime. Luckily for Glizzy, a buxom woman who occupied his home was aware of the situation and disposed of the trespassers. The clip has amassed nearly 900,000 views in less than two weeks since its release.
The Grammy-nominated artist follows that clip up with "Keep It Goin'," which has a more celebratory narrative. The 25-year-old rapper heads to Los Angeles to showcase the fruits of his newfound lifestyle on the West Coast. The first 30 seconds boast various serene L.A. locations before interpolating elements of 2Pac's "California Love."
Glizzy then makes his way to a local strip club where he's making it rain dollar bills while surrounded by a plethora of beautiful women looking to gain his attention. The visual concludes on more of a somber note, as local law enforcement arrive to the scene of a fire, exemplifying that the street life never truly escapes him.
While he's dropping new material, Glizzy unfortunately won't get to perform the songs on the road. The "Crew" rapper will have a bit more time on his hands this spring since Big Sean postponed his Unfriendly Reminder Tour, which was set to feature Glizzy.
Check out the pair of suspenseful videos from Shy Glizzy below.
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