Kegs, plastic red cups, weed smoke, dancing, beer pong. In his latest visual, "Reunite for the Night," Las Vegas rapper Dizzy Wright returns home where he brings friends and family together for a house party. Presented by Funk Volume and L-R-G, the rapper's stoner charm is in full effect, smiling from ear-to-ear assuring "this about to be a party" atop record scratches from DJ Hoppa while the party people dance and laugh together. "What it do, it's good to see you/Glad you in town, I ain't seen you in a while/You be holding shit down, keep making the city proud," he raps on the song's chorus while giving daps and handshakes to the folks he "ain't seen in a while."
"Momma let us rent out the crib, tryna reunite for the night," Dizzy raps, beginning the song's first verse and setting the tone for the celebratory video. Produced by Roc N Mayne, Dizzy reflects on his progression, saying "it's 20-14 where your mind at, where we used to be we 'posed to be beyond that." Scenes change throughout the video, while director Matt Alonzo adds a home video recording device filter that further establishes the house party experience for viewers.
"Reunite for the Night" is the latest single from Dizzy's recently released State of Mind EP, which XXL calls, "a quality offering from an MC that has tasted success and wants more." Adding on to the critical praise, HotNewHipHop says that "much of the EP has a smoothed out feel, a signature sound from the stoner, but he did provide songs that could move a crowd, perhaps even more than usual." In support of the EP's release, Dizzy just began a 19-city State of Mind tour, which is sponsored by Scion AV.
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