A$AP Rocky Teams Up With Drake, Kendrick Lamar and 2 Chainz for 'F**kin' Problems' Clip
A$AP Rocky has just released his official video for the single "F**kin' Problems". The simple performance clip features three other hip-hop stars Drake, Kendrick Lamar, and 2 Chainz. The track is from Rocky's upcoming album "LongLiveA$AP".
Just like most of hip-hop world's steamy videos, Rocky and his gang of emcees fill this one up with a lot of booties shaking, bodies pumping, and leather-clad vixens. To complete the set-up, they have individual rap performances while scenes of the hot dancers are intercut quickly into each of their respective solos. All the four rappers seem to enjoy the women's company while they rap away at the song's lyrics.
The video has Rocky blurting out some straight on lyrics like, "Never met a motherf**ker fresh like me" and "all these motherf**kers wanna dress like me." Then Drake comes in with lines saying that he only pays for breast enlargements and that "you should print the lyrics [to his album] out and have a f**king read-along." Viewers also see that the clip has a typical rambunctious act from 2 Chainz while Lamar talks about a girl who says "she's from the hood but she live inside in the valley now."
A$AP Rocky's video launch coincided with his announcement of "Long.Live.A$AP" release date. The new set will hit the stores on January 15, 2013. He is also slated to open for Rihanna's "Diamonds" world tour in March.
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