With the arrival of his collection Mr. L.A. set to touch base in precisely seven days (May 26), Los Angeles' own particular RJ comes back with a dimly energetic new visual for his DJ Mustard and Larry Jay-created, present day G-Funk song of devotion, "Brackin."
Tinted in dark red, the new video finds the L.A. rapper in his component, popping bottles in the club with his group as a night loaded with alcohol and boisterous music unfurls. "I made some amazing progress to ball in your segment/I arrange bottles you arrange insurance/I'm from the base it ain't abundantly expected/I bring the bondoms and you bring your bestie," he rhymes.
Obviously, it wouldn't be appropriate for a tune with such fierce verses to be left without a tiny bit static, so in the long run, RJ winds up in a horrible road battle. RJ wins, and obviously, he leaves with the young lady.
The new visual is recently the most recent piece of action from the Cali vet who seems ready to have a genuine effect on a national scale. His prospective collection, Mr. L.A., is good to go to incorporate a lot of bangers and components from any semblance of Quavo, Ty Dolla $ign, ScHoolboy Q, YG and Blac Youngsta. Creation will be taken care of by DJ Mustard, Authentic, Larry J, Swish, Mitch, J Holt, Feezy and Mike WiLL Made-It. Sounds dope.
You can pre-arrange Mr. L.A. on iTunes now. Peep his new video for "Brackin" underneath.
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