Bricc Baby Feat. 21 Savage "F It Up" Video

Posted by , Jul 9, 2016 at 04:12pm

Shortly after dropping "Nasty Dealer Pt. 2," Bricc Baby shares the video to one of the tape's hottest tracks: "F It Up."


Bricc Baby hails from LA, but he spent much of his come-up in Atlanta, and he remains well-connected in the city, as evidenced by "F It Up," his buzzing collab with Atlantans 21 Savage and Reese. The track dropped in mid-May and originally included a feature from Kid Ink, with whom Bricc Baby is affiliated as part of Tha Alumni. Ink was left off the version of "F It Up" that ended up on Bricc Baby's new Nasty Dealer Pt. 2 mixtape, though he did appear alongside Ty Dolla $ign on the tape's closing track, "Lie to Kick It." Though Reese's emphatic hook can still be heard, it's only Bricc Baby and 21 who take part in the new video, which takes place in a graffitied back alley. 

The suspenseful string-heavy production comes from another ATL duo in C4 and Wheezy. C4 was a subject of Behind the Beat in April, and he told us to look out for a collaborative project from him and Wheezy entitled C-Wheezy

Cop Nasty Dealer Pt. 2 here, and look out for 21 Savage's Savage Mode, produced by Metro Boomin, on July 15. 

Shortly after dropping "Nasty Dealer Pt. 2," Bricc Baby shares the video to one of the tape's hottest tracks: "F It Up."

Bricc Baby hails from LA, but he spent much of his come-up in Atlanta, and he remains well-connected in the city, as evidenced by "F It Up," his buzzing collab with Atlantans 21 Savage and Reese. The track dropped in mid-May and originally included a feature from Kid Ink, with whom Bricc Baby is affiliated as part of Tha Alumni. Ink was left off the version of "F It Up" that ended up on Bricc Baby's new Nasty Dealer Pt. 2 mixtape, though he did appear alongside Ty Dolla $ign on the tape's closing track, "Lie to Kick It." Though Reese's emphatic hook can still be heard, it's only Bricc Baby and 21 who take part in the new video, which takes place in a graffitied back alley. 

The suspenseful string-heavy production comes from another ATL duo in C4 and Wheezy. C4 was a subject of Behind the Beat in April, and he told us to look out for a collaborative project from him and Wheezy entitled C-Wheezy

Cop Nasty Dealer Pt. 2 here, and look out for 21 Savage's Savage Mode, produced by Metro Boomin, on July 15. 

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