Blac Youngsta “Pull Up” Video: Watch Him Turn Up at a House Party
Directed by Mr. Boomtown, the video finds Blac Youngsta doing something he does best: throwing a house party. He kicks things off outside of his crib, surrounded by a group of beautiful women dancing and kicking it. "Super fast, pull up now/She got ass, pull up/Bring that gas, pull up," he delivers. "All that drip on me, it come from Paris, overseas/She don't want my heart, she want my karats, she want me."
According to the Memphis rapper, he wanted to show how things go down at his parties. "I wanted to show in this video what it’s like when you pull up to a Youngsta house party," he tells XXL. "Shit be lit. We just call people the day of, no address, no time and just say 'Pull Up!'"
Up next for Youngsta, the rapper is working on creating a few more videos for songs featured on Fuck Everybody 2, which arrived in August, and he also has a collaboration with underwear company Ethika that will be releasing this holiday season.
On top of music and business, he'll be heading out on his first headlining tour. "I am heading out on my first headline tour Pull Up at the end of next month," he says. "Tickets are on sale now. Pull up on me!"
The 13-date tour kicks off on Oct. 30 in Santa Ana, Calif. and runs through Nov. 21. Youngsta will make stops in Oakland, Houston, Dallas, New Orleans, Atlanta, New York, Cleveland and more.
Youngsta's Fuck Everybody 2 mixtape was released on Aug. 31. The 10-track project serves as a sequel to 2016's Fuck Everybody. The Memphis rhymer also dropped his debut album, 2.23, earlier this year.
Watch the "Pull Up" video and check out his tour dates below.
Blac Youngsta's Pull Up Tour Dates
Oct. 30 – Santa Ana, Calif.
Nov. 1 – West Hollywood, Calif.
Nov. 2 – Oakland, Calif.
Nov. 5 – Houston, Texas
Nov. 6 – Dallas, Texas
Nov. 8 – New Orleans, La.
Nov. 11 – Atlanta, Ga.
Nov. 13 – New York, N.Y.
Nov. 14 – Toronto, Canada
Nov. 16 – Columbus, Ohio
Nov. 18 – Cleveland, Ohio
Nov. 20 – Lawrence, Kan.
Nov. 21 – St. Louis, Mo.
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