Dreamville Drops Video For ‘Don’t Hit Me Right Now’
Dreamville Don’t Hit Me Right Now Video: Dreamville is returning to a year ago’s Revenge of the Dreamers III with another video for the ultra-stacked bop “Don’t Hit Me Right Now,” which sees rappers Bas, Cozz, Yung Baby Tate, Buddy, and Guapdad 4000 setting out some joyful bars about disregarding brings so as to keep working. Apropos giving the GRAMMY-assigned task a new piece of force, the Tyler Sobel-Mason-coordinated video exhibits the specialists through different point of view modifying alters.
The new contribution follows a month ago’s recordings for Cozz, REASON, and Childish Major’s “Lambo Truck” just as Ari Lennox’s “BUSSIT.” The name meets-aggregate additionally dropped off the fancy variant of the venture in January, which included twelve new tracks.
Like a lot of the previous videos for tracks from the group album, the Tyler Sobel-Mason-directed video for “Don’t Hit Me Right Now” places the focus on the artists themselves with the use of some clever special effects. Featuring all the rappers involved delivering their contributions in sparse environments, the clip further drives home the chemistry between everyone involved with the song.
Catch the visual for “Don’t Hit Me Right Now” here.
Watch the video below: