Looking to turn up the heat for his latest LP, Summer In The Winter, Kid Ink releases a visual for the DJ Mustard produced “Bunny Ranch” where he styles on a couch and in what appears to be a trap kitchen. Surprisingly even though it’s called “Bunny Ranch,” there isn’t a single model or rabbit in the video.
Chris Brown co-stars in another 90’s cult classic inspired visual in “Ain’t Sh*t Changed” and with the help of Cal Scruby take on the characters of Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson in White Men Can’t Jump. Though us older folk are enjoying these kind of clips they’re more than likely leaving the younger generation wondering where these “corny” concepts are coming from.
Check out the rest of today’s releases which include work from Rico Richie, Father, and more.
KID INK – “BUNNY RANCH”
CAL SCRUBY FT. CHRIS BROWN – “AIN’T SH*T CHANGE”
RICO RICHIE – “MENACE 2 SOCIETY”
QUE – “AWE MAN”
FATHER FT. TOMMY GENESIS – “VAMP”
NOLAN THE NINJA – “GUSTO”
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