Directed by Zhamak Fullad, the visual sees the two with friends, fancy cars and money. In other music news, 2Pac reportedly wanted to leave Death Row before his death. All Rights Reserved. Gain access to exclusive interviews with industry creatives, think pieces, trend forecasts, guides and more. Receive the latest updates, breaking stories and headlining articles curated by our editorial team just for you.
Taken from Lil Yachty’s ‘Lil Boat 3.’
Our editorial content is not influenced by any commissions we receive. Lil Yachty continues to set sail in Lil Boat 3 by releasing the video for the album's latest single, "Pardon Me," featuring Future. For this visual, Yachty and Future float over the Mike WiLL Made-it instrumental by colliding their newfound economic freedom with their previous lifestyle. They do this by ripping through parking lots in luxury cars with firearms, starting games of cee-lo with obscene amounts of cash, and showing off their jewelry. Also, there is no shortage of people around them while Yachty and Future do this, showing that they are still tied in with the people they knew before the fame. To add a dynamic to the video, director Zhamak Fullad decided to use a graining, VHS-esque filter on the footage. The track was featured on the rapper's fourth studio album and follows the release of singles such as "Oprah's Bank Account" featuring Drake and DaBaby. All Rights Reserved. Sign up for the Complex Newsletter for breaking news, events, and unique stories.
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His second studio album, Lil Boat 2 , was released on March 9, His third studio album, Nuthin' 2 Prove , was released on October 19, His fourth studio album, Lil Boat 3 , was released on May 29,
I don't think anyone here intended a dismissal of the girl as a human being by stating such. Next year we are getting married but I already see a tough life ahead of me. I am not a doctor's wife so I won't say I understand, but I will give you a virtual hug.