Atlanta rapper Lil Yachty sees much more than a singer in Frank Ocean. The hip-hop star went online this week to let the world know he credits the Odd Future crooner for contributing things deeper than music to the genre.
Lil Yachty’s Frank Ocean Admiration
Heading into Thursday, Yachty went to his Twitter page to correct a fan showing love to Ocean. Lil Boat said he felt Ocean brought life to people and not just classic music.
“Life* he gave us life” -Lil Yachty’s Twitter
After some mounted anticipation, Yachty pulled through this week with his must-see “Pardon Me” music video premiere. The video goes VHS-style mode with grainy cinematic elements but clearly shows off his and collaborator Future‘s luxury lifestyle courtesy of money and cars.
While the film sees direction from Zhamak Fullad, it almost looks as if the artists took an old VHS camera and shot the video themselves, during a regular day of living the rockstar lifestyle. The clip is filled with the rappers throwing money, riding fast cars, showing off their grills, a lot of styrofoam cups, and more. (REVOLT TV)
Over the past few days, Yachty has plugged his newest collaboration.
“The Last Of Famous International Playboys”
Wait, There’s More
Heading into Tuesday, Yachty went to his Instagram Story to show off his newly painted fingernails and toenails. Additional pics emerged online from the nail salon responsible for Lil Boat’s must-see enhancements.
“@lilyachty ⛵️🦶” -Rosie’s Nail Werk’s Instagram
Before You Go
In July 2020, Lil Boat went to his social media pages with some new pics. Yachty let fans know he didn’t play around when it came to having fresh fingernails and toenails.