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GloRilla talks big sh-t in the music video for her latest single, ‘Pop It.’
Featuring CMG The Label and Mike WiLL Made-It (who also serves as the cut’s producer), ‘Pop’ is one of many warmly received tunes found aboard the label’s latest compilation album, ‘Gangsta Art 2’ (which features Glo’s rostermates Yo Gotti, Moneybagg Yo, Blac Youngsta, Est Gee, and more).
“Ain’t no falling off, ho, I’ll be damned I let them catch me slipping / And your music whack as f-ck, it come on in the car, I skip it,” she spits in the Diesel Filmz-directed clip.
Watch it in full inside.
The visual drops just weeks before the crew gear up to hit the road in support of ‘Gangsta Art 2’ via the ‘Gangsta Art’ arena tour.
Produced by AG Tour and Mammoth, the Stateside jaunt kicks off in Fort Worth, Texas at the Dickies Arena on November 22 before heading to Atlanta and Washington D.C. then wrapping up in Charlotte on December 3.
Look below to see when they’re coming to the respective towns.
Nov 22 – Ft. Worth, TX @ Dickies Arena
Nov 26 – Atlanta, GA @ State Farm
Dec 1 – Washington DC @ Capital One
Dec 3 – Charlotte, NC @ Spectrum Arena
Visit TicketMaster for details.
Written by: NOW Radio
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