Twista has made public a music video in companion to his latest single "Fire" which features Lil Boosie. Along with a group of men, the rapper is seen sitting on the couch and smoking weed. A footage of his recording session is also included in between the weed party scene.
"Fire" is one of the singles appearing in Twista's seventh studio album "Category F5" which has been in stores since July 2009. In addition to teaming up with Boosie, he also collaborates with R. Kelly, Gucci Mane, Akon, Kanye West and Busta Rhymes among others.
"Fire" music video aside, Twista is one of the musicians who has supported Haitian relief effort. Earlier this month, he rapped a freestyle over Wyclef Jean and Mary J. Blige's song "911" to raise people's awareness. He also plans to stage a charity concert in Chicago to raise fund for the cause.
"Me and [my manager] Raw, we're in the process of talking about possibly putting together in Chicago where we have artists come out ... do a performance and donate to Haiti," he told MTV. "Everything counts. I been telling people that and go ahead and donate. Right now the people need money because they need resources. Let's concentrate on donating."
Twista's "Fire" music video