Last month, Drakeo The Ruler dropped off back to back visuals at a rapid pace before finally unveiling his Ain’t That The Truth project in full. He now keeps the momentum going for the official video for “Flu Flam A Opp” which features an assist from Ralfy The Plug. The visual is shot by frequent collaborator LewisYouNasty, and it opens up with lavish shots of a Rolls Royce while Drakeo gets to spitting:
Flu flam a opp two hammers out two cans Sam make these hammers blam blam/ I’ma loose cannon hit stick made his wig split/ Made him do back flips is that the spark from the K or my jewels dancing
In March, Drakeo the Ruler dropped off his headline-making The Truth Hurts project for fans to enjoy. That project boasted assists from names like Drake, Don Toliver, Icewear Vezzo, Snap Dog, the late Ketchy The Great, and plenty more. He’s spoiling his supporters with consistency as he revs up his engine to drop yet another body of work, the forthcoming Ain’t That The Truth.
Just a few weeks ago, Drakeo The Ruler and Ralphy The Plug have teamed up once again for a brand new project A Cold Day In Hell. The new project is dedicated to the memory of the Stinc Team member Ketchy The Great, who passed away a couple of months ago. If you’re familiar with the worth ethic of Drakeo and Ralphy, you know they’ve been nothing but consistent with providing the visuals to go with each track. First up from the aforementioned project was “Gang N Em,” then “Long Live The Greatest” which is the outro track, and then most recently “Close That Backdoor.”
Be sure to press play on Drakeo The Ruler’s brand new music video for “Flu Flam A Opp” down below.
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