Nasty C Shares Visuals for ‘Bookoo Bucks’ Featuring Lil Gotit and Lil Keed

Watch Nasty C's music video for ATL Jacob-produced 'Bookoo Bucks' featuring Lil Gotit and Lil Keed.

The visuals for "Bookoo Bucks", an ice-cold trap banger from Nasty C's new album Zulu Man With Some Power, was first released exclusively on Trace TV. Today, the visuals debut on YouTube.

As expected from a song called "Bookoo Bucks", the visual shows performance scenes of Nasty with bookoo bucks and surrounded by scantily dressed women—the hip-hop music video stereotypes and the like. Nasty C's squad—Tellaman, Eyes of Teddy etc.—make cameos.


Nasty C's parts were filmed in South Africa, while Lil Keed and Lil Gotit's were shot in the US—the difference is striking and jarring as Nasty's scenes were shot during the day while Lil Keed and Lil Gotit filmed their parts at night.

"Bookoo Bucks" is a standout song from Nasty C's latest album Zulu Man With Some Power. The song is produced by Atlanta beatmaker ATL Jacob, who produced several songs for Future. Lil Gotit and Lil Keed are signed to YSL, Young Thug's label.

The US is a market Nasty C has been overtly trying to build his name in. A song like "Bookoo Bucks" can only ensure his name will grow bigger.

Watch the music video for "Bookoo Bucks" by Nast C featuring Lil Gotiti and Lil Keed below and stream Zulu Man With Some Power on Apple Music and Spotify.

Nasty C, Lil Gotit, Lil Keed - Bookoo Bucks www.youtube.com



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