Miami rapper Lex One kicks up the insanity of his single, “Gettin Dough,” several notches with off the wall visuals that depicts what happens in one of the craziest pizza shops you’ve probably ever seen.
With the Navas Brothers (MAYDAY, Murs) behind the lens, Lex and his guest/producer, Simian Frenzy, embody two mobsters chillin’ and waiting on a slice from one of their favorite haunts. As mentioned, though, this is no ordinary pizza spot. Unless, of course, the one you frequent also happens to feature scantily clad women serving up pies and dishing out loads of food-based innuendo.
The visuals embody exactly what Lex was thinking when he crafting this over-the-top, bass-driven banger off his recently released, Gold Plaque LP.“The chorus for ‘I be gettin’ dough’ just sounded like a scene fit for a few mob bosses in a pizza shop to me,” he says. That concept obviously could have gone in a number of different directions, but given the comical bravado of the track itself, it makes sense that someone with Lex’s humor would steer it in this direction.
Check out the video premiere for “Gettin Dough” right here, courtesy of RESPECT., which is now available for free .mp3 download, and then be sure to support Lex One’s Gold Plaque LP, which is available via GTPS through all major digital retailers and streaming platforms.
Gold Plaque (Stream/Buy-Links):
• iTunes: http://bit.ly/iTunesGoldPlaque
• Amazon: http://bit.ly/AmazonGoldPlaque
• Google Play: http://bit.ly/
• Spotify: http://bit.ly/
• Tidal: http://bit.ly/TidalGoldPlaque
Lex One Online:
• Website: http://getthatpaperson.com
• Twitter: https://twitter.com/LexOneGTPS
• Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/
• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/
• SoundCloud: https://
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