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Video: WESTSIDE BOOGIE - Self Destruction

We are aware that the finances available to musicians in today’s video production allow them to come damn close to making feature films if they so desire; nevertheless, who is to say that music videos can’t have a little bit of random fun every once in a while? As can be seen in his lighthearted new “Self Destruction” music video, Boogie is not one to take himself too seriously, and he has no problem admitting it.

The rapper, who was born in Compton, begins the music video for the new tune by sitting on a piano bench in the centre of a snow pile in the living room and proclaiming, “Aw man, I’m extra as f**k.” The remainder of the video consists of nothing but clips of that. In a later scene, he will be shown hanging upside down over a pool like Spiderman, and in a later scene, he will be seen riding bikes with his friends through the skies. The reason why none of it makes much sense is because it doesn’t really need to. “I miss fun videos, and I’ve always wanted to see n***as have super powers,” Boogie stated in reference to the movie that Justicewearscoolpants directed.

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However, don’t let the fake snow or the “ET goes home” moment fool you; Boogie’s bars are still as vicious as ever:

The fact that we continue to act as if we are unaware of the consequences of our choices is hilarious.
You are aware that my kid does not have any money, yet he brags about going to Benihana’s. Nevertheless, it is still f**k your broken system, posting photographs, posting scriptures, h**s and n***as, bros and snitches, co-defendants, rollin’ skimps, your frozen wrist, your objectives and missions, since you still do not have any h**s.

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At the very end of the music video, the song changes from being aggressive and pounding to becoming a possible ballad, which is carried by the gentle coos of an anonymous female vocalist. This is the third song that has been released while we wait for his anticipated debut album on Shady Records, which is scheduled to be released this summer. Previously, we received “Violence” featuring Masego and “Came Up” in December.

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Check out the music video for “Self Destruction“.

WESTSIDE BOOGIE - Self Destruction [Official Music Video]

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