Yo Gotti Delivers The Flashy Video For “Juice”

Yo Gotti drops off glossy video for “Juice.”

BYAron A.
Yo Gotti Delivers The Flashy Video For “Juice”

Yo Gotti's had a highly successful year and arguably his most prosperous one to date. He kicked off the year with the Mike Will Made It collab project, Gotti Made-It, and followed it up less than five months later with his ninth studio album, I Still Am. Not to mention, "Rake It Up" with Nicki Minaj was pretty much inescapable. Today, he drops off the visuals for another cut off of I Still Am with "Juice."

Gotti bring the single to life with the latest video.  Gotti flexes and flaunts his extensive collection of jewelry while draped up in diamonds. The rapper's seen flexing on a flashy vehicle while surrounded by gorgeous women. While the video isn't as complex as the project's lead single "Rake It Up," the simplicity works out well for him. The song is called "Juice" and without having to budge, he presents exactly why he's got it.

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