Moving through the streets in a old school Chevy Impala, a clean Fila outfit and his red LA fitted, Figg Newton gives us a a classic West Coast vibe with hydraulic switches, funky synth leads and bar after bar of Left Coast word play in this LJ the Director visual.
This track is the first Fastlane Friday release of the year and is from Figg’s 2018 We Started The Woop Compilation.
“This song is about the addiction and dedication to a lifestyle and a way of life known to only those who have righteously participated,” Figg Newton explained.
The track itself was produced by Bossman Hogg from San Diego, California and sets Figg Newton up for an expansive year.
“In 2018 I feel I gained the exposure I needed in my city, now I’m 2019 it’s about moving to different regions and demographics,” Figg Newton said. “My plans for 21019 is work, work, work. I plan to release at least one to two visuals a month all year and I have a new project with no set date for release yet.”
Previously Figg Newton released the viral videos for his remix to Kodak Black’s hit song “ZEZE” along with a Daz Dillinger diss record called, “Pill Call”.