Shy Glizzy "You Know What" Video
Shy Glizzy is back with the video to his latest single, "You Know What," which landed on last month's Young Jefe 2 project. The video is situated in his D.C. stomping grounds, which look a little more colorful these days due to the invasion of Glizzy's new sports cars. He relays how vital his neighborhood is to his music, and the video makes it clear that these are the streets where he was bred and where he still operates today.
Shy Glizzy "Rounds" Video
Shy Glizzy is getting ready to release the sequel to his Yung Jefe mixtape in the coming weeks, but before he does so he decides to drop off a new video presumably in its support for the record “Rounds.”
Shy Glizzy "Robbin Season" Video
Shy Glizzy continues to keep the visuals coming. Fresh off the release of “Cut It,”, the D.C. native decides to come through and share another one for us today called “Robbin Season,” a new song produced by Cassius Jay.
Shy Glizzy "Cut It (Freestyle)" Video
Last month, Shy Glizzy released a freestyle over OT Genasis’ street hit “Cut It,” which addressed his chain-snatching incident in Memphis. Back at it today, he returns with its official video.
Shy Glizzy "Winning" Video
Following last month's "No Sleep," Shy Glizzy has dropped another visual off his underrated collab mixtape with Zaytoven, For Trappers Only, released at the end of September. The new "Winning" video takes viewers to Glizzy's home hood in D.C., stunting everywhere from rooftops to abandoned warehouses, always avoiding the spiteful gaze of the neighborhood police.
Shy Glizzy "No Sleep" Video
Revisiting his For Trapper’s Only mixtape, Shy Glizzy returns to the scene today with a new video in its support for his Zaytoven-produced cut “No Sleep.” Directed by Omar Shaikh, the video finds Glizzy hoppin’ out of a helicopter and stuntin in front of a red Ferrarri while some bad bitches accompany his side. Nothing we haven’t seen before visually, but it'll do. Check it out.
Shy Glizzy "The First 48" Video
Shy Glizzy is getting ready to release his new mixtape, For Trappers Only, on September 30th, but first he's shared the video for "The First 48". Once again, it's catchy street rap single, with Glizzy using his voice to great effect. It's produced by Zaytoven, who seems to be more in-demand than ever after his success with Migos and Future, and will be teaming up with the producer for the entirety of the new tape.
Goo Glizzy Feat. Shy Glizzy "Actors" Video
Goo Glizzy Feat. Shy Glizzy
As Shy Glizzy made this year's XXL Freshmen class, he's been focused on bringing his Glizzy Gang members into the spotlight with him. One of the Gang's most promising members is Goo Glizzy, who appears next to Shy in the new video to "Actors," off the Gang's Be Careful mixtape, released in June.
Shy Glizzy "I Did It" Video
Shy Glizzy's Glizzy Gang dropped a joint mixtape back in June called Be Careful, and today, the Shy one among them shares a video for one of his solo joints on the project. Here are the "I Did It" visuals. The whole video's dope, with Glizzy stunting in the desert and in a room that appears to be wall-to-wall covered in plush gold material, but it's very difficult to top the intro shot. It shows Glizzy's silhouette, backlit by a sunset and leaning up against his ride, on top of which stands his French Bulldog, who is the true star of the "I Did It" video.
XXL Freshmen Roundtable: DeJ Loaf, Fetty Wap & Shy Glizzy
DeJ Loaf, Fetty Wap & Shy Glizzy
Here goes the third video of XXL Freshmen roundtable discussions. After pairing OG Maco, GoldLink and Vince Staples together for a conversation, we get DeJ Loaf, Fetty Wap and Shy Glizzy speaking on the work that is necessary to make it in the rap game.
XXL Freshmen Cypher Pt 3: DeJ Loaf, Fetty Wap & Shy Glizzy
DeJ Loaf, Fetty Wap & Shy Glizzy
Here with the third and final XXL Freshmen cypher are DeJ Loaf, Fetty Wap & Shy Glizzy. First of all, XXL gave these three the shaft beat-wise. Can't they just give 'em the beat from "The World Is Yours," or any one of the thousands of certifiably dope instrumentals out there? Perhaps they were on a tight budget. Dej starts things off then hands the mic over to Fetty, who does his Trap Queen thing as best as he can on this beat, then Glizzy finishes the cypher with a wordy verse of his own. Check out the first two installments if you missed 'em:
Shy Glizzy's XXL Freshmen Freestyle & Profile
XXL kicked off the week with a new Freshmen freestyle from one of two women that graced their recent cover, Tink. Tink swayed back-and-forth from rapping to singing, but today's Freshmen Freestyle from DMV rapper Shy Glizzy is just about bars.
Shy Glizzy & Glizzy Gang "From The Get Go" Video
Shy Glizzy & Glizzy Gang
After hitting us with the track “We Them Dudes” yesterday, Shy Glizzy decides to come through and share a new video with his fellow Glizzy Gang called “From The Get Go”. Off the crew’s Be Careful compilation, watch as Glizzy and the gang take over the streets in their hood and stunt hard for the cameras in this Kendall Mathis-directed clip above. Check it out.
Shy Glizzy "Everything Gold" Video
Shy Glizzy earned his first break with the hypnotically catchy record, "Awwesome", but in some ways it seemed the song itself had outgrown the rapper's name. Luckily, Glizzy always has a wealth of great material under his belt, and by the time Law 3 rolled around, people were ready to hear what else he had in store.
Shy Glizzy Feat. Lil Mouse "John Wall" Video
Shy Glizzy Feat. Lil Mouse
Following the release of the mp3, Shy Glizzy is back hours later with the official video to his Lil Mouse-featured track “John Wall”. The video finds both Glizzy and Mouse stunting on a driveway in front a huge mansion while some fancy whips fill up the background. Of course, it’s only right that a cameo from the man himself, John Wall, happens as well. Check out the Kendall Mathis-shot video above, and look for it to be found Shy Glizzy’s upcoming DJ Drama-hosted mixtape, Law 3, which is dropping this Tuesday.
Shy Glizzy Feat. Plies "Free Tha Gang" Video
Shy Glizzy Feat. Plies
Back in February, Shy Glizzy dropped his Young Jefe tape, which included, among other bangers, his breakout hit "Awwsome." Plies also showed up on the project for the soulful cut "Free Tha Gang," which is ostensibly about busting your comrades out of jail.
Word On The Street: Awwsome Vs Not Awesome With Shy Glizzy
We had Shy Glizzy visit the NYC office the other week, and it seemed appropriate to ask the "Awwsome" rapper a bunch of "versus" questions, in which he would vote either 1) awesome or 2) not awesome. Following his responses, we hit the streets to ask random strangers the same questions and get their response on whether said things were awesome or not awesome.
Shy Glizzy "I Can't Trust Myself" Video
If you can't trust yourself, who can you trust? That's the question that Shy Glizzy attempts to answer on this brand new single from his well-received Young Jefe tape.
Shy Glizzy "Prey For Me" Video
Shy Glizzy is currently one of the most promising rappers out of the DMV, with his February tape Young Jefe containing his strongest work yet. One of the project's highlights is the Zaytoven-produced "Prey For Me," which has gotten video treatment today.
Shy Glizzy "Catch A Body" Video
DMV native Shy Glizzy has been growing his buzz thanks to the insanely catchy "Awwsome." Today he returns to the bouncy and surprisingly feel good cut "Catch A Body" off his mixtape Young Jefe which dropped in February ("Awwsome" also appears on the tape). You can grab Young Jefe here.