“Who Do I Trust” is the latest music video to come from $NOT’s recently released album Beautiful Havoc, out now via 300 Ent. Stomping atop the kind of Spanish guitars that might herald a gunfight in a Western movie, $NOT stews over past betrayals, resolving to trust himself and to dole out vengeance against anyone who’d dare cross him: “When I walk, I walk around like I’m a God causin’ hell.” Directed by Unkle Luc, the grainy and colorful video for “Who Do I Trust” portrays $NOT as an avenging angel, picking up his beretta to enact some street justice with help from a loyal friend.
A misanthropic introvert with expert pop instincts, Florida rapper $NOT is quickly becoming one of his generation’s defining voices. Known for wearing his signature hoodie, which he wears wrapped tight around his face, $NOT has earned co-signs from the likes of Billie Eilish, and his song “Billy Boy” appeared in an episode of HBO’s Euphoria. $NOT completed a successful tour in Q1 2020, selling out venues across the country. The 22-year-old rapper has released hits like “GOSHA” (100 million Spotify streams), “Moon & Stars” ft. Maggie Lindemann (36 million), and “Beretta” ft. wifisfuneral (20 million), and he’s currently hard at work on a new album to follow-up March’s – TRAGEDY