Babyface Ray and Jack Harlow enjoy a “Paperwork Party” in new video
The collaboration is taken from Babyface Ray’s ‘Unfuckwitable (Deluxe Edition).’
Back in February, Babyface Ray dropped off his latest project Unfuckwitable, a seven-track EP that saw additional features from Moneybagg Yo, Kash Doll, and EST Gee. Months later, the Detroit star would upgrade Unfuckwitable with a deluxe edition, doubling the number of songs and adding on new collaborations. One particular track from the more recent offering is the Trapboy3k-produced “Paperwork Party,” which features Louisville talent Jack Harlow and sees the two rapping about making and spending money on rockstar-related activities:
“I ain’t need liquor, put a half a P on her, no limit to this shit, I’m like Master P on ‘em, fuck them Diors, lil’ pass a G for ‘em, ain’t none of this my plan, what you mad at me for? Super smacked, shootin’ there and shootin’ back, I need a mansion in the hills, coupe to match…”
This week, “Paperwork Party” now comes with a matching video courtesy of Kardiak and Ghetto Boyz Films, which is mainly centered around Babyface Ray, Jack Harlow, and some loved ones enjoying a lavish dinner in the middle of a wine cellar. Other parts of the clip including Ray in a room with two women handling “paperwork” and living it up at a club function with his hip hop collaborator.
In addition to his own releases, Babyface Ray has also made notable appearances on Lil Yachty’s Michigan Boy Boat, Rio Da Yung OG’s “Third Times A Charm,” Chavo and Pi’erre Bourne’s “Michigan Remix,” and G.T.’s “Going Long.” Meanwhile, Harlow is still sailing off the release of his December debut That’s What They All Say, which peaked at the top five spot on the Billboard 200 and has since scored a Gold certification. You can also hear Harlow on high profile drops alongside Eminem, French Montana, and Ty Dolla $ign.
Enjoy the visual for “Paperwork Party” below.
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