Gunna Hits The Streets Of Atlanta For “Back In The A” Music Video

Gunna has released a music video for his One Of Wun hit song, “back in the a,” which sees him take to the streets of Atlanta. He shows himself performing in the city, riding in a cavalcade of cars, and more. Leff, who handled the direction of the video, shot it on location in the rapper’s hometown. One Of Wun marks Gunna’s second album since his release from prison in the still-ongoing YSL Rico case. He first dropped A Gift & a Curse back in 2023. He’s currently performing on the Bittersweet Tour in promotion of both projects. He likely filmed the music video while he was in town to perform, earlier this month, at the State Farm Arena.

Fans on YouTube have been loving the release. “Wunna’s 2023-24 run was legendary, should be in the history books of music,” one user commented. Another wrote: “My interpretation of this song was that apart from his home city, Back in the A to me means he’s come back from prison to being A-list again. His talent is undefeated love him or hate him.” In addition to the new release, Gunna also appeared in the latest episode of Spotify’s series, Day In The Life, on Monday. In doing so, he traveled to his childhood home to discuss the importance of family, his plans for another album, and more. He remarked that he wants his next project to be more intimate than ever before. LUCKI, Rick Ross, Sexxy Red, GloRilla and more artists have all made appearances on prior episodes of the show. Be on the lookout for further updates on Gunna on HotNewHipHop.

Gunna Returns To Atlanta For New Music Video

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