The visuals go just as hard as the track.
Louisville rapper, singer and Grammy award-winning songwriter Vory releases the visuals for his new track "Stay." The video offers Bonnie and Clyde vibes as the rapper is seen with a lady friend, cruising around the city in a black Bentley. The song's lyrical content matches the video's obscurity, as Vory's soul trap vocals discuss the artists' drunken thoughts following the unfortunate fallout of a relationship. Furthermore, it also sets the perfect ambiance for late night driving, vibing and thinking.
The Kentucky-bred musical talent Vory, formerly known as King Vory, was one of the scribes behind the track "Friends" on the project Everything Is Love by the Carters. The latter earned him a Grammy. Other writing credits include Bryson Tiller's "Don't" and Drake's "Mob Ties." Moreover, his own musical efforts include a series of projects such as the EP Lucky Me, released in 2018 followed by the budding single "You Got It", which made waves upon its release last year. Fans can happily prepare for the upcoming release of Vory's EP Say, scheduled to drop April 24th.