B.o.B Partying With T.I. and Juicy J in 'We Still in This B*tch' Music Video
B.o.B drops the video for his track "We Still in This B*tch" off his November 2012 mixtape "Fuck 'Em We Ball". Produced by Atlanta-based music producer Mike WiLL Made It, the track features rapper/producer T.I. and award-winning songwriter and rapper Juicy J.
In the new four-minute music video, B.o.B pulls up his Lamborghini as he arrives in the club to meet Grand Hustle boss T.I and Taylor Gang's Juicy J. They pop champagne while watching dancers work the pole, as the three studs live it up in the Decatur Dan-directed clip.
The three rappers bust their rhymes in the southern rap anthem. "I'm in my zone I'm feeling it/ Stop blowing my buzz quit killing it/ So buy another round/ They tried to shut us down/ About an hour ago/ But we still in this b*tch/ Turn this s**t up loud/ And buy another round/ They tried to shut us down / About an hour ago/ But we still in this b*tch," they deliver the expletive-laden lyrics.
B.o.B rose to fame via his debut single "Nothin' on You" featuring Grammy Award-nominated Bruno Mars. A collaborative album with T.I. and a rock music EP are a couple of his upcoming projects in the near future.
He recently revealed that he's working on his third studio album, "My album is basically a continuation of The Adventures of Bobby Ray and Strange Clouds. I feel like it kinda bridges the gap between where all my fans are and finally getting everybody up to speed on what my sound is and exactly where I'm going. I think it's really gonna be a phenomenal album simply because I've been recording it for so long."
B.oB's "We Still in This B*tch" Music Video Feat T.I. and Juicy J
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