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NAV Drops Music Video For Never Sleep With Travis Scott & Lil Baby

NAVs latest album Demons Protected By Angels is a boisterous offering for fans that have been anticipating the Canadian rappers return. Its caused some conversation online due to NAV leaving a Drake feature off the project a decision that he explained on the Full Send Podcast recently. However most people are just happy to hear more NAV and with this new music video with Travis Scott and Lil Baby were seeing a lot more too.

This is the Myself stars second video for his 2022 album in three days following the Future and Don Toliver-assisted One Time visuals. Its another star-studded cut on the album with Lil Baby and Travis Scott delivering powerful performances. The music video places them in a Vegas-like setting filled with slot machines bright lights and streets surrounded by screens. Label-mates NAV and The Weekend with a surprise cameo are seen laughing around a casino table intercut with the flexes and hazy imagery that youd expect from a track like this.

Its not all it has to offer though. The Evan Larson-directed visuals use a lot of interesting effects to make the video more creative. A shrunk-down Lil Baby sits on gambling chips and raps with NAV on a poker table whereas La Flames profile is etched onto coins that burst out from slot machines. Its cheesy in the best way for a track this fun.

Demons Protected By Angels debuted at No. 1 on the Spotify charts both globally and in the U.S. and videos like these are sure to propel the hype around the album moving forward. Its projected to debut at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart and with an insane feature and production list featuring Wheezy and Boi-1da its bound to leave its mark in the game this year whether you love or hate NAVs style. Check out the video for Never Sleep with Travis Scott and Lil Baby below.

 

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