In the visuals for A$AP Twelvyy‘s ‘Glock Rivers,’ director GoldRush follows the Harlem rapper as he travels uptown, hitting the basketball court, the projects and a house party.
Things open up at an outdoor basketball court, as clouds of smoke hover above ground, making the scene look like the beginning of some horror flick.
From there, Goldrush shows glimpses of Twelvyy’s neighborhood, making the tough, urban landscape appear beautiful. He does a great job of capturing some of Manhattan’s stellar architecture.
“I was overlooked, now I’m leaving records overcooked / Check the calendar I’m overbooked / I got that Sosa a look,” he raps on the P on the Boards-produced track.
The A$AP mob member rhymes alongside his crew — A$AP Rocky — makes a brief cameo — and everyone hits up a party to blow it down.
‘Glock Rivers’ will likely appear on the rapper’s debut album.See Rappers Then & Now: Hip-Hop Style Transformations