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Gunna Releases Live Performance Video For “Missin Me”

Today, Grammy nominated, multi-platinum rap superstar & playa with a capital 🅿️ Gunna drops a new live performance video for his song “Missing Me” off of his Billboard #1 Album DS4EVER. The performance brings new life to the song, featuring Gunna amidst a dreamy oceanic backdrop, the blue tones perfectly encapsulating the song’s moody vibe.

The “Missing Me” performance video comes off the back of the music video for Gunna’s viral hit “Banking On Me”, released last month alongside an open letter to his fans, which viewers will see at the end of the video.

Earlier this year, Gunna achieved a huge career milestone with his long-awaited album DS4EVER reaching #1 on the Billboard 200. With over 2 billion streams and nearly 1 milion albums sold in the US, DS4EVER marks Gunna’s second #1 Billboard 200 debut. His last album WUNNA sold 113,000 equivalent album units and took the top spot following its release in 2020, and Young Stoner Life Records’ fifth consecutive #1.

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Released on January 7th, DS4EVER is the fourth and final installment of Gunna’s legendary “Drip Season” album series. The 19-track album boasts superstar collaborations with Future, Young Thug, Chlöe, Kodak Black, Chris Brown, Drake, G Herbo, and has already garnered critical acclaim from ComplexVultureBillboard, and more. Get it here!

To show support for the “Protect Black Art” initiative, which calls for changing the practice of using rap lyrics as evidence in criminal trials and advocated for the passing of legislation such as S.7527/A.8681, better known as the “Rap Music On Trial Bill” please see the petition here: www.change.org/protectblackartread about it HERE.