Rapper/producer Josh Stone is back with a new visual for “Get Gone,” a track that calls out groupie chicks and fake friends and encourages them to get gone, get grown.
After smoker anthem “Joshua Stoner” and the defiant “Said That I Couldn’t,” Josh enlisted fellow RVO rapper Swiv on this latest release, and as he explains, they didn’t make this song to make any friends:
“What inspired me to make ‘Get Gone’ was [the fact that] a lot of people are clingy dishonest immature following users. From males who just wanna smoke weed to females/males who just want d**k/p***y….I made this song to express my frustration with men and women who easily cheat on their spouses because of fame and power. It’s no secret that it happens, I just think it’s f****d up. They need to get gone and get grown.”
Peep the colorful video above (featuring some Josh Stone clones and a body-less Josh) from director Erica D. Hayes.
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