After starring in Steven Caple Jr.’s film, The Land, 26-year-old rapper Machine Gun Kelly reunites with the director for his new video “Dopeman” off of the movie soundtrack.
The edgy visual that is heavily influenced by the Purge film series, captures MGK hitting the streets and daringly pulling up on the Dopeman. “After working with Steven Caple Jr. on the movie The Land, it was only right that we collaborated on the “Dopeman” video,” MGK tells Billboard. “I envisioned a cinematic video that I knew he could deliver, and the visuals he presented surpassed my expectations… I think we found the perfect blend of the streets & visual art.”
Released last July, The Land captures the story of four young skaters from Cleveland determined to cause a stir in the drug game. As they become more enchanted by the idea of earning quick money, the boys get tangled up in the fast life. Nas, MGK and Erykah Badu served as the film’s executive producers. Check out the “Dopeman” video below, and download The Land’s soundtrack here.
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