Bricc Baby Flexes His Grind In Heavyweight ’25/8′ Visual

Bricc Baby Flexes His Grind In Heavyweight ’25/8′ Visual

Bricc Baby has fired off a warning shot to signal the ops of his takeover plans on his fiery “25/8” banger.

Banging with his gang of Rolling 60’s Crips, Bricc Baby takes over the city and goes crazy in the studio in the Eat The Cake-Directed visual.

Feeling new and improved, Bricc Baby delivers his high octane autotune, drug-peddling flows over the pulsating production from HoodRichKeem.

Following his viral “4th Day Out” single earlier this year, his “25/8” visual single serves as Bricc Baby’s second single of 2021 following his release from a four-year-plus sting in L.A. County Jail.

Despite his years-long legal troubles, Bricc Baby has maintained his status as a respected street MC through the power of his guest verses for big-name artists. Along with his feature on YG’s Still Brazy album record “Don’t Come To LA” with AD, Bricc Baby appeared on his cousin Kid Ink’s 2021 Alive album, also.

Bricc Baby also has collaborated with artists such as Chris Brown, Ty Dolla $ign, Fetty Wap and Starrah, among countless other notable artists

At one point he was even tapped in with Gucci Mane’s 1017 movement in 2014 ahead of Guwop’s two-year prison bid.

In his latest No Jumper interview, Bricc Baby explains in-depth exactly how tapped in he was in the Atlanta rap scene before the rise of trap music in the 2010’s.

Among the topics he covers, he describes how and his close relative, MPA PeeWee Longway, created the MPA movement and managing Young Thug pre “Stoner” era, connecting with BMF in Atlanta before they were dismantled, how he was influenced by Lil Wayne and more.

Watch the video for “25/8” below.


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