Wifisfuneral Keeps It Low-Key in “Friday Take” Video
Wifisfuneral continues to rise on rap's radar, and now he's delivering a new set of visuals for fans. The Florida spitter releases his new "Friday Take" video, in which he takes us back to the VHS days for the red-themed clip.
The Boy Who Cried Wolf rapper starts off the visuals with a blooming red rose before he sits himself under a red light to offer up his verses on the catchy track. While he doesn't appear to be doing anything significant in the video, Wifisfuneral makes sure to keep the focus on his lyrics and delivery, rather than a storyline.
The rising star has already kicked off 2018 on a high note, having dropped off his Last Time Doing Drugs EP with Cris Dinero back in January, which contained just three tracks from the frequent collaborators. The two also previously worked together on a slew of songs from Wifi's Boy Who Cried Wolf project from August 2017.
At the time, XXL spoke with the rapper, who revealed his desire to release other collaboration projects with artists such as $uicideboy$ and more.
"My record label, Rich Life, we're doing a compilation tape," he admitted. "I've been really, for like the longest, trying to do a collab tape with the $uicideboy$, I wanna do a collab tape with them so bad. Those are like the only artists that I'm die-hard trying to, like "let's do this, let's get this done," because that tape would sound crazy."
Check out Wifisfuneral's new video for his "Friday Take" record below.
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