YFN Lucci Feat. Migos & Trouble "Key To The Streets" Video

Posted by , Jun 25, 2016 at 09:13pm

YFN Lucci shares the video to his melodic trap anthem "Key to the Streets," featuring Migos and Trouble.


With his February mixtape, Wish Me Well 2, YFN Lucci emerged as one of the hottest new voices in Atlanta trap. The tape was led by the single "Key to the Streets," featuring Migos and Trouble, the latter whom has gained a buzz similar to that of Lucci's upon the release of May's Skoobzilla. The June James-produced track has now been given a new video, courtesy of Lucci and Think It's A Game Records. The "Key to the Streets" video is directed by Marc Diamond. 

The video finds the collaborators hosting an underground street race in which only the fastest and most expensive vehicles can participate. Sirens reverberate in the surrounding streets and helicopters search the city from above, though police are unable to stop the rapid street maneuvers of the nimble Atlanta trappers. Though Offset doesn't rap on "Key to the Streets" -- perhaps as he was in jail during the song's recording -- he shows up in the video stunting in designer as he so often does. For a rap attack from all three Migos, watch the new "Cocoon" video here

YFN Lucci shares the video to his melodic trap anthem "Key to the Streets," featuring Migos and Trouble.

With his February mixtape, Wish Me Well 2, YFN Lucci emerged as one of the hottest new voices in Atlanta trap. The tape was led by the single "Key to the Streets," featuring Migos and Trouble, the latter whom has gained a buzz similar to that of Lucci's upon the release of May's Skoobzilla. The June James-produced track has now been given a new video, courtesy of Lucci and Think It's A Game Records. The "Key to the Streets" video is directed by Marc Diamond. 

The video finds the collaborators hosting an underground street race in which only the fastest and most expensive vehicles can participate. Sirens reverberate in the surrounding streets and helicopters search the city from above, though police are unable to stop the rapid street maneuvers of the nimble Atlanta trappers. Though Offset doesn't rap on "Key to the Streets" -- perhaps as he was in jail during the song's recording -- he shows up in the video stunting in designer as he so often does. For a rap attack from all three Migos, watch the new "Cocoon" video here

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