O.T. Genasis drops quarantine video for “I Look Good”
The Long Beach star gets creative at home in the short clip.
O.T. Genasis isn’t letting being stuck at home stop him from getting his fly outfits off for the viewers. This week, he drops off a visual for the short, light-hearted single “I Look Good,” which is produced by Bankroll Got It and sees O.T. continuing the confident, boastful raps heard on his previous hit “Bae”:
“Dive in the p***y like scuba, mami look good, she from Cuba/
All white like cocaine, I spend a lotta money on my chain/
Keep me a strap like Rambo, plug hit my phone that Fernando/
Always trappin’, cookin’ in a bando, look at my face, classy man go/”
In the clip, an initially down O.T. Genasis is on the phone, receiving advice on how he can be creative with a visual while quarantined. He’s then seen all over his residence in different outfits, showing off his looks and dance moves for the viewers. It’s certainly the type of upbeat vibe we can use, given that we’ve been unable to do much of anything outside during the Coronavirus pandemic.
In addition to “Bae” and its remix with G-Eazy, Rich The Kid, and E-40, O.T. Genasis has been busy delivering catchy hit singles and flashy visuals to the masses, such as “Tonight,” “Big Shot,” and the Young Thug-assisted “When I Get It.” Previously, he landed in the top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100 with 2014’s “Coco” and 2015’s “Cut It.”
Recently, O.T. Genasis found himself in conflict with west coast peer Keyshia Cole following his twist on the singer’s 2005 hit “Love.” Following her disapproval of the record’s use, O.T. Genasis reacted with several shots at Keyshia via social media, which — as Keyshia expressed in an IG Live session with Ari Lennox — caused things to further break down between the two (the rapper has since apologized):
“That’s why I was so…like honestly — I’m just not going to talk about that situation — but it just pissed me off so much because you know, at a time that everybody was going through so much in the Black community, getting killed and all that and you want to do a whole song that I wrote about love and make it about shooting and killing and bang-banging. Like Yoooo, sir. And then get mad that I say that I don’t like what you did that I wanted to preserve the integrity of my music. And then just bully and bully and continue to bully.”
You can press play on “I Look Good” below.
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