The new So Gaudy’s and Peso Peso’s “Canada” music video is a three-minute-long clip with the two artists enjoying themselves in what appears to be an art installation or a VIP zone in a strip club.
In the video, So Gaudy and Peso Peso mix unidentified purple substances with Sprite, hang out with many people and overall seem to be enjoying themselves. The colors of the video are primarily red, which adds to the feeling of overall festivity.
So Gaudy explained that “”Canada” is a feel-good track for female hustlers out there working hard to get their money.” While not necessarily sounding like a traditional anthem, “Canada” appears to be very upbeat. It will definitely set one in an energized mood, regardless of their professional occupation.
Throughout the video, various pictograms appear, and other effects take place. One can see the dollar signs on the cover of the video, while more lights with various forms also appear in the “Canada” music video itself.
So Gaudy’s Story
So Gaudy is an uprising artist who also suffered a terrible car accident. The doctors told the artist he would never be able to walk again.
However, So Gaudy managed to trick the doctors and eventually completely get back on his feet.
“I was in recovery, and the only thing I could think of was going harder, not letting anything discourage me, and just knowing that things would get back to normal,” So Gaudy explained earlier in an interview for FMHipHop. “I didn’t have no surgery, and I didn’t have no fusions, no. None of that. Because all that stuff is what makes you, what makes you [need to] get even more [surgeries and fusions].”
The artist also recently released the “Oh Well” music video. In the clip, So Gaudy is simply enjoying life in various locations, including a house, a street, and a private airplane.