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SmokePurpp Relates His Blunted Journey In New Video “To the Moon”

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If you haven’t yet heard bout Lil Pump’s side kick, then you might need to tune in. The rise of young Miami rapper is a thing. SmokePurrp is part of it. You don’t need to fight it; just sit down, and relax

On the wings of blunt production, combustible live shows, a general aesthetic that he and Pump self-describe as “ignorant,” and an eerie knack for turning simple lyrics into dizzy mantras, he’s quickly become one of the internet’s favorite rappers and a thorn in the side of hip-hop traditionalists. But he’s never really seemed especially pressed to win anyone over, which his new video for “To the Moon” is further proof of.

Cast in a purple glow—naturally—”To the Moon” gets a day-in-the-life sorta clip as SmokePurrp icily raps along to the single in an plane and a strip club, two places, generally speaking, where the powers that be don’t love people filming. Still, he dazily drawls into the camera because, you know, who cares if you get kicked out of a moving airplane? Watch the clip above and read a clip from Purpp about the process of making it below.

“‘To the Moon’ was glimpse of my life at that time,” SmokePurrp explains. “I told [director] RAHEEMISBLIND to just capture me in my natural element and fuse all of it together. Because of my lifestyle most of this was super random and filmed late at night. Like, as soon as we woke up in our flight I wanted to film, so we did. That’s like the whole project, I just did what the hell I wanted, how I thought things should be done.”

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Lil Pump Releases “Be Like Me” Official Videoclip Featuring Lil Wayne

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Earlier Today, Lil Pump was making headline releasing “Be Like Me” the latest track of his “Harverd Dropout” album featuring Lil Wayne. It is now time, for the official videoclip.

The track itself is funny with hard punchlines and the conceptual videoclip compliments perfectly the track and the album itself.

Seated in a lecture in what semingly could be “Harverd”, a professor is dispensing a 101 course on how-to-be-pump. Lines fits perfectly with the concepts while Lil verses could be qualified as half-ass, but it is our readers opinion not ours, however we kinda agree.

In related news, the Young Floridian Emcee was arrested back in December, and yesterday TMZ hilarious body cam footage of his arrest. A must see in the trolling sphere. You can watch a clip of it down belown and the full video here.

He has also uploaded each track of the album to his youtube channel so feel free to give a try. Here

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Baltimore Rapper Goldmouth Chaz drops Videoclip To Banging New Single “No Rookie”

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Upcoming Baltimore rapper Goldmouth Chaz drops neat videoclip to banging new single “No Rookie” Off His Debut Album Just Getting Started Vol.4 available everywhere.

Check it out now and leave a comment in the section down below.

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Watch Boogie & Eminem Blood-Soaked ‘Rainy Days’ Videoclip

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Boogie and Eminem drift from blood-soaked to graffitied roomsin their brooding “Rainy Days” video. In their latest collaborative venture, the two emcee, whose featuring has been largely acclaimed and awaited, deliver a weather imagery to highlight the lyrics’ bleak mood — from clouds hovering overhead to lightning striking Eminem and illuminating his skeleton.

“I’ve been thuggin’ through my rainy days, for days/I ain’t really tryna hang today, today,” Boogie sings on the moody chorus. “I need changes in a major way, a way/I just pray I never fade away, away,” 

rainy days, Boogie Featuring Eminem

“Rainy Days” appears on Boogie’s recently issued debut LP, Everythings for Sale, issued via Eminem’s Shady Records label. The album also features the singles “Silent Ride” and “Self Destruction,” along with guest spots from J.I.D. (“Soho”) and 6LACK (“Skydive II”).

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