In a recent video posted on Twitter, Moneybagg Yo shared some unfortunate news for his fans. He had just learned about the Taylor Swift remix featuring Ice Spice that was set to release that night. Sitting in his red sports car, he played Taylor Swift's music loudly and sang along before delivering the news. "I just got the news my little baby Taylor dropping tonight. I ain't gonna lie, y'all know how I feel about Taylor, man," Moneybagg said. "So I think I'm gonna push Hard To Love back just a few days. Y'all be patient with me. Let Taylor have this sh*t."
With that, Moneybagg continued singing alone and drove away from the camera's view. While this news might disappoint his fans, it displays a kind show of solidarity towards another artist. Additionally, this delay might provide Ari Fletcher with more time to prepare additional videos in anticipation of the possibility of Moneybagg reaching the number-one position. However, that doesn't mean the rapper isn't giving fans anything at all. He just dropped a video for his new song, "Ocean Spray."
Bagg Is Not Letting Anything Get In The Way Of His Creativity
Upon dropping the song and its trippy new visual, Moneybagg Yo got candid on Twitter. "I use to think being sober would f*ck wit my creative process, I see dats just a mind thing," he said. "Cuz I been more active skin glowing and I been dropping nun but pressure." Last year, the rapper shared his plans to get sober. It seems that he has followed through on them. The song, however, seems to be a nod to the days that he was still sipping on lean.
"I'm juiced up / Ocean Spray / I'm poured up / Let's drink some more today," Moneybagg raps on the song's chorus. " I'm high now, might float away / If I was outside now / I'm vibed out / new Cartiers hide my eyes now." The video features lots of purple filters as Moneybagg transitions from scene to scene with a styrofoam cup in hand. You can check out the video for the song above. What do you think of the new track? Make sure to let us know what you think in the comments.