Oct 21, 2020

The Baton Rouge rapper has been on a streak all year.

Malc

by Malc

Editor

As a follow-up to Xay Capisce’s independently released single, “Shottas” featuring Boosie Badazz, the Anniston, Alabama native is now delivering gritty visuals for the hard-hitting street anthem. Inspired by Jamaican crime film “Shottas”, the official video is an ode to the 2002 cult favorite, giving an updated look into the life of two young men who pursue a life of crime in America.

Filmed in Atlanta, GA, the music video shows Xay Capisce and Boosie Badazz re-enact key scenes from the movie that showcase the fruits of their illegal labor and their continued surge in crime. “I completed eight years of a 10-year bid," Xay stated. "Even though I am re-enacting my previous life in this video, those same experiences taught me important lessons that now translate well into my entertainment career. I served my time, now it is time to grind.”