Lil Wayne and Rich The Kid share the music video for the “Trust Fund Babies” introduction track “Feelin’ Like Tunechi.”
Short of what one entire year subsequent to collaborating with NBA YoungBoy for the joint collection Nobody Safe, Rich the Kid is back with a considerably more high-profile synergistic collection with Lil Wayne. Named Trust Fund Babies, the apparently left-field project hit web-based features on Friday, and keeping in mind that many fans probably didn’t have a clue what’s in store while going into it, the early gathering to Lil Wayne and Rich the Kid’s new collection recommends that they might have a hit on their hands.
As you can see beneath, even DJ Khaled is an enthusiast of Trust Fund Babies.
“Feelin’ Like Tunechi,” fills in as an astounding beginning to the 10 track project, and the melody discovers both Wayne and Rich the Kid giving each other props over vivacious Latin-motivated creation from TheLabCook. “Feelin’ Like Tunechi” is additionally the primary melody from Trust Fund Babies to seek a legitimate video treatment, and long-lasting devotees of Weezy will discover some humor in it.
Just before Lil Wayne plays out his section, the video removes to a diversion of the Carter V craftsman’s famous 2012 testimony, in which he entertainingly evaded inquiries from Quincy Jones III’s legal advisor Peter Ross.
In all of the spilled film from the affidavit, Wayne looks very irritated, and as well as almost compromising Ross at a certain point, he additionally tried to uncover that he performed at a “boss bitch birthday celebration.” According to Lil Wayne, she was “insane, idiotic thick.” Funny, that strange trade was caricature for in Rich the Kid and Wayne’s new music video.
Watch “Feelin’ Like Tunechi” underneath and look at the remainder of Trust Fund Babies here.