Westside Gunn comes through with some clean new visuals for "Pray For Paris" tracks "Euro Step" and "No Vacancy."
Westside Gunn may be a rising name in the opulent world of high fashion and art collecting, but the Griselda movement will never stop being synonymous with Buffalo hip-hop. Today, Gunn came through with a reminder of his roots, dropping off another dose of visuals from his recent Pray For Paris album. "Euro Step" is directed by The Wizard, taking place in Gunn's neighborhood with a sizable entourage on deck.
Insofar as the premise goes, the clip is relatively simple. Hoodied up like a boss, Gun leads the charge with commanding presence, all the while doing his part to spark the world's grimiest dance challenge in the background. Halfway through, the rapper switches gears for the video's second half, as "Euro Step" transitions into "No Vacancy." This time moving by night, the video's latter half is a suitable conclusion to Westside's latest. Considering this was clearly shot during the quarantine, he and his team certainly made things work with what they had.
What do you think of this new clip from Westside Gunn?