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BlueBucksClan Stun With Their Double Release Including “Lil League” ft. Quavo and Hit-Boy


The Los Angeles duo BlueBucksClan deliver two in one with their latest mixtape Clan Virus 2, as well as the video for their single “Lil League”. The project boasts features from Quavo, Lil Yachty, and more. The project finds the West Coast hitmakers teaming up with some of Atlanta’s finest chart-toppers. BlueBucksClan’s DJ and Jeeezy deliver a barrage of vivid, witty one-liners that reference more professional athletes than an episode of SportsCenter.

Clan Virus 2 is BlueBucksClan’s seventh project in two years. Although 2020 was a difficult year, the duo managed to make it a memorable one, emerging with a prolific catalog and rising to the occasion. It’s clear the duo isn’t content to kick up their four-figure sneakers just yet.

In the video BlueBucksClan and Quavo stunt alongside Hit-Boy. They wear matching custom blue jackets from Nigo and partake in classic West Coast pastimes like popping wheelies on road bikes. It’ll remind you of a gritty DIY video shot with the homies but kicked up 100 notches. Flexing designer clothes like Celine and trading bars, these three play seamlessly off each other.

Make sure to check out the video below and let us know what you think.

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