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Watch Rah Swish’s new ‘BK Belly’ short film

The clip was inspired by the Hype Williams classic.

Rah Swish
Rah Swish
Jarrett Funderburk

For those not familiar, Rah Swish is a true staple in the Canarsie rap scene, and has been delivering infectious Brooklyn drill tracks to the masses for the past few years. Now, he looks to up the ante with his drill-fueled short film BK Belly, named so after Hype Williams’ classic 1998 flick that helped make movie stars out of hip hop legends DMX and Nas.

Alongside Rah Swish, BK Belly stars East and Holli, who head to Club H20 and execute a successful robbery — until it’s realized that the club is owned by a gangster named Rankz, played by New York hip hop veteran Red Cafe. The rather thin truce that develops quickly turns into an all out war between the young guns and the OGs, leading to disastrous results.

Featuring drop-ins from legendary DJs like DJ Self, DJ Clue, and Sway Calloway, the vid contains several hard-hitting cuts from Rah Swish throughout including “Feels Like Pop,” “Tongue Out,” “Hustlin,” “The Slide Show,” “We Can Do It Anywhere,” and his most recent viral hit “Woo Forever,” which sees him repping his Brooklyn roots in much of the same way as Fivio Foreign and the late Pop Smoke:

“Uh, I’m in the Murcielago, but we doin’ hits at the Tahoe, I make her drink from the bottle/

We make a move and they follow, she wanna f***, I know, I’m in love with my b***h, still got feelings for my side hoe/

Wanna beef with the gang? I tell them n***as to sign up, she pickin’ and choosin’, I told that b***h make her mind up/

Look, I got on all the designer, we hit ‘em up, we sit ‘em back, recline ‘em/”

Fans can press play on BK Belly below. Expect Rah Swish’s latest album, which drops this Friday (June 26), to continue to push Brooklyn drill further into commercial success.

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