Back in August, B-Real teamed up with Scott Storch for their joint effort Tell You Somethin, which contains 10 tracks and contributions from Rick Ross, Krayzie Bone, Tsu Surf, DJ Paul, Freeway, and more. This month, the duo decided to unveil a new visual from that project for “Real G,” a laid-back vibe that sees additional assistance from Ty Dolla $ign, Berner, and Devin The Dude — all of whom can be found showing love to their ride-or-die love interests:
“When I’m on the set, know I get it heated, got these bitches thirsty, I know how to read it, flippin’ all the pages, number one seller, keep you flyin’ high, you can call it the propeller, they wanna feel what it’s like in the center, I know all about it, the glory and the splendor, of the cameras and the lights and the action, be the main attraction, the chemical reaction, want satisfaction? Call Mick Jagger, you see one of mine, you know you wanna, bag her, spend timе with her…”
Directed by Maxx & Madison comes a visual that doesn’t actual see B-Real or his collaborators at all (aside from graphics and stills). Instead, the clip stars a bevy of beautiful women — Briana Creta, Vanessa Estrella, Jackie Love, Alyssa Gomez, Ashley Alvarez, and Jay Frances — who can be seen firing off some heavy artillery in a gun range, counting up some cash, and performing the lyrics in the artists’ absence.
“Real G” also follows another top tier clip for the Berner-assisted “Number 9,” which sees direction from Jason Goldwatch and shows the rappers taking a ride while smoking the finest trees and reflecting on their status in the game:
“We ride around wildin’, high out our minds, I’m a street legend, I’m ahead of my time, when I die, pull somethin’ off the vine, move a hundred miles an hour, Limoncello No. 9…”
Check out both “Real G” and “Number 9” below.
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