YFN Lucci and Offset Flex in the Forest in “Boss Life” Video
The Michael Garcia-directed video starts outside, with the two sharply-dressed Down South rappers spitting their verses during a light snowfall. There are also forest scenes, which gives way to an indoor location with a woman laying on a table at the center of the room, adorned with flowers.
Lucci opens the song strongly, rapping, "I gotta move a clip, in this lil' uzi yeah/They like to talk a lot yeah, but we like to mute shit, yeah/Pull up and shoot shit yeah, all on the roof and shit, yeah/Trap out the Ruth's Chris yeah, bust down your Cuban, yeah." Offset follows suit, flossing shamelessly with bars like, "Patek Philipe, it's rare (hey)/I'm smashin', pullin' her hair (smash)/Trap fashion, look what I wear (trap fashion)."
"Boss Life" was originally released in 2017, the same year Lucci dropped his EP Long Live Nut. Lucci's been busy this week, also delivering the new song, "Street Kings," featuring Meek Mill. The track is set to be a part of his upcoming album, Ray Ray From Summerhill, which doesn't have a release date yet.
Watch YFN Lucci's "Boss Life" video below.
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