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Casanova – “So Drippy” ft. Gunna & Young Thug

The East Flatbush Native Connects with Some ATLiens in a Complex-Premiered Video to Bring a Highlight from Behind The Scars to Luxurious Life

A tough-talking rapper and an inspiring community figure, NYC rhymer Casanova ascended to his city’s A-List in 2019. Keeping the party going into the new decade, Cas shares So Drippy,” his latest music video, premiered by Complex. A collaboration with on-fire ATL trappers Young Thug and Gunna, “So Drippy” combines Casanova’s gruff street stories with the YSL rhymers’ unique rhyming style, creating an anthem as hypnotic as it is hard-hitting. In the video, directed by Marc Diamond, Cas joins Gunna and Thugger in the VIP section of an opulent club, enjoying the scenery and sipping bubbly before Cas retires to a back room to handle business. “So Drippy” is the latest video from Behind These Scars, Casanova’s 2019 album.

Comprised of a breathless 10-tracks, Behind These Scars traces Casanova’s path from poverty to prison to prominence, carefully examining every aspect of the rising star’s life. Expanding on the quintessential NYC story started with the Flatbush native’s 2018 project CommissaryBehind These Scars touches on every aspect of Casanova’s life, from soulful reflections on his time in prison like the Complex-premiered “Live,” to confrontational and aggressive bangers like “Knock Knock,” to gritty and resilient tracks like “Stay Wit It.” The project boasted the Chris Brown-featuring “Coming Home, which earned airplay on urban radio, and the Fabolous-featuring hometown anthem “So Brooklyn,” the inspiration behind the #SoBrooklyn challenge, which compelled dozens of luminaries like Young M.A.,  DMXG HerboWyclef Jean, and many more, to record their own versions of the song. Featuring additional appearances from Jeremih, Giggs, and KayCyy PlutoBehind These Scars is available everywhere via Roc Nation, in partnership with Republic Records.

Catch Casanova’s recent cover story in Bleu Magazine, and stay tuned for much more from the East Flatbush native in 2020.


Behind These Scars tracklist:
1. Jail Call
2. Knock Knock
3. So Brooklyn (feat. Fabolous)
4. So Drippy (feat. Gunna & Young Thug)
5. Woah (feat. Jeremih)
6. Coming Home (feat. Chris Brown)
7. In My Hood
8. Stay With It
9. Could’ve Been Something (feat. KayCyy Pluto)
10. Live (feat. Giggs)