Probably the MOST creative cover of “Look At Me Now” – Chris Brown feat. Busta Rhymes and Lil Wayne!
Not at all what you expect, check out Karmin! The thing is, even in the car alone with my most serious “I can rap” face – I couldn’t get those words correct!
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This is the hypest I’ve been all day…
Meek Mill teams up with the likes of T.I., Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Birdman, Swiss Beatz, and DJ Khaled to create a club banger!
Cause I’ma bawse.
This video gave the song deeper meaning. When I first heard the track I figured it was just another love song, put out by a rapper, in order to show the versatility of said rappers musical abilities. And naturally because it is Lil Wayne, people would love it (not discrediting the song…after listening, I too enjoy its message and melody).
It’s way deeper than that. The video explains the song as such; the outcome of a child that grows up in a home without love versus the outcome of a child that grows up in a home full of love and positivity.
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I love this video for many reasons. Mostly because Chris Brown is fine. Slender love stick and all. *Chuckle* Shout out to the wardrobe in the video. Throwbacks on deck? With his cool ass.
Busta Rhymes and liltunechi killed this mug as well. I actually never wanted to jump around, break shit and swing my hair more than when Busta comes on.
“She wax it all off. Mr. Miyagi” <—Brazilian waxing = Medieval torture.
Ok. The video concept was inspired by Inception right? I didn’t get the movie, so I guess that’s why I didn’t get the video. Sike, I got the movie. I was just trying to rationalize why I didn’t get the video.
In other less important news, is Cory Gunz bad though? Like minus the big teeth, he is bad. Cutie.
A free Lil Wayne is popping up everywhere. Awesome.
The thing is, I didn’t even like this song at first. I actually thought I hated it for about 10 minutes straight. Now, I keep walking around rawr’ing at people like a dungeon dragon. Go figure.