Casanova takes it down a notch and gets introspective alongside Giggs in the video for “Live” from his Behind These Scars album dropping on October 11.
Casanova is preparing to drop his album Behind These Scars on October 11th and continues to pummel the production with his ruthless rhymes with the latest drop “Stay Wit It.”
“It’s no secret that I’ve been through a lot,” Casanova says. “This body of work will invite you into my world. My life. My pain. It’s my most vulnerable body of work. I invite you to listen to the story.”
After smoothing it out with Chris Brown, Casanova is back to his ways as he drops the video for “So Brooklyn.” Fabolous rides shotgun as the duo represent for their borough as fellow Brooklynites Zab Judah, Maino, Papoose and others drop by the set.
The normally aggressive Casanova attempts to smooth things out with this R&B infused jam alongside Chris Brown on “Coming Home.” But, because it is Casanova, the loving is full of thugging.
Casanova’s ruthless aggression is back as he once again links up with Fabolous for the hard as nails “So Brooklyn.”
Casanova’s rough and rugged style is perfect for this boxing themed song that leads the charge for Anthony Joshua’s June 1st clash with Andy Ruiz at Madison Square Garden.
“Boxing and music are very similar. They both give you a voice to express the anger you feel, without getting in trouble for it,” Casanova told Billboard. “I hope that doesn’t go over y’all heads.”
Papoose and Casanova take the concept of bodying a track literally in the video for “Shooter.”
Casanova channels the energy of M.O.P. with the ruthless aggression of his new song “Two Eleven.” Everybody coming off their goods with this single.
Casanova smooths it out a bit alongside A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie in the video for “Down Bitch.”
After DJ Premier unleashed his collaboration with Casanova “Wut U Said?” the duo doubles down with a video for the song that is an anthem to tear shit up.