Ahzay is back!
After releasing his highly anticipated album, Gold Sodium, artist Ahzay found his way to Times Square and all over the DMV to record the visual for the single, “Way Too,” his newest track produced by Donato Beats.
The track and video are lit! Co-filmed and edited by Ahzay himself and Big J, the video includes various cameos of Ahzay supporters.
“Keep it real, Holyfield, and ya’ll Mike Tyson, I spend the night writing, ya’ll gon’ spend it sound biting.”
Ouchhh. My man had too many bars! “Way Too” is the perfect motivator and turn up track. Just in case they forgot, tell ’em you’re way too ___! You can download “Way Too” here. Click the video and tell us what you think!
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