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Watch Young Nudy and 21 Savage’s New “Child’s Play” Video


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Young Nudy has shared a music video for his Dr. Ev4l song “Child’s Play,” featuring his cousin and fellow Atlanta rapper 21 Savage. The horror-indebted clip, directed by JMP, takes place in a junkyard at night. Watch below.

Dr. Ev4l was the first of two full-lengths that Young Nudy shared this year. He followed the release with Rich Shooter in August.

Last year, 21 Savage reunited with Metro Boomin for Savage Mode 2. His latest solo album, I Am > I Was, came out in 2018.

Revisit the 2019 interview “Young Nudy Is Putting the Bullshit Behind Him” on the Pitch.

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