Zaytoven and Future Head to the Wilderness in New “Mo Reala” Video
Halloween may be a few months away, but Zaytoven's latest visual effort for the Future-assisted single "Mo Reala" conveys the visual realness of a Sleepy Hollow sequel.
In the clip, which arrived on July 27, the frequent collaborators are seen taking in the open air of a midwestern plain as Future raps over the piano-heavy, brooding banger. "Four-door Bugatti, you mention me yah/Diamonds they draped in my portfoli-yah/Fill up a safe, I'm more realer than y'all/Fuck my new case, I'm more realer than y'all," the ATL hitmaker spits.
The video is a kaleidoscope of bewitching elements that include auburn scenes in the wilderness, an eerie church and a handful of goth-like women burning roses. While there is varied symbolism throughout the visual, the clip concludes with a supernatural rebirth of sorts as a hooded man is seemingly baptized in a fiery lake.
"Mo Reala" is featured on Zaytoven's debut album Trap Holizay, which arrived earlier this summer in May. The project also includes the previously released bangers "Go Get the Money," "What You Think," "Wake Up & Cook Up" and "Left the Bank." The LP follows his 2017 effort, Trapping Made It Happen, which was made available in December.
Press play on Zaytoven's official video for "Mo Reala" featuring Future below.
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