Pi’erre Bourne drops “Guillotine” video
The track can be found on ‘The Life Of Pi’erre 4.’
Although his last official solo project dropped back in 2019, Pi’erre Bourne has been strategically keeping his momentum going by consistently dropping music videos from the project, steadily making his way down the track list one by one. His latest offering is “Guillotine.” The new video depicts Pi’erre just being Pi’erre, as it follows him through his day which consists of things like going to his local Chinese food spot, getting a haircut, and chilling on a roof top sporting his pink Northface as he raps his verse:
Karma a bitch, wait, that was my bitch, wait. I didn’t know it would end up like this, wait. She didn’t know I’d end up in her ribs. Fuck on the ho, give a bad bitch a gift. Yeah, my location on (Hey), pull up when I’m home (Hey) You can call my phone (Hey), 1-800-stroke. I’ma pay the toll, I don’t pay for pussy (Wait). I don’t pay for hoes, I ain’t goin’ broke. Yeah, girl, don’t play yourself. (Yo, Pi’erre, you wanna come out here?)Girl, don’t play yourself. Girl, don’t play yourself, give me mental health. You can’t slay yourself, take off my Louis belt.
Directly prior to this was his visual for “Juice.” The new music video follows his other ones from the same project, including “Be Mine,” “Routine,” “Ballad,” “Racer,” and his triple pack of “Horoscopes,” “Doublemint,” and “Stereotypes.” The TLOP 4 project dropped back in 2019, but he unleashed the deluxe version in June of 2020, with the lengthy project holding 31 songs total. Earlier that year, he dropped a joint project with Jelly titled The Wolf of Peachtree. As 2020 was finally coming to a close, Pi’erre joined forces with Chavo to release their collaboration project Chavo’s World.
Be sure to check out Pi’erre Bourne’s new visual for “Guillotine” down below.
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