Tierra Whack partnered with the LEGO Group for the music video for her new single, “Link.”
The Philadelphia rapper brought some of her childhood memories to life with intergalactic creatures, rocket launchers, hummingbirds and castles to enhance the entertaining and exploratory video. It was created with the help of Philadelphia schoolchildren and director Cat Solen.
According to a press release, the “Link” video was inspired by Whack’s meet-up with a group of children ages 6-9 to build a myriad of objects out of LEGO bricks.
“I was so excited to work with kids because their energy is fun, exhilarating, never-ending, and full of surprises,” says Tierra Whack. “I really trusted them, and I knew they were going to come up with something great. What I loved most about the process was being able to partner with such an iconic company like the LEGO Group because we could make anything happen!”
Meanwhile, Lil Tjay is all about the turn up in the latest video for his new single, “Oh Well.” The New York rapper shows off some crazy footwork while dancing in a gas station parking lot with friends and reminiscing about his come-up to success.
“Remember sittin’ in a cold cell, it was dark, I was all alone / Now I’m [poppin’] on the whole world, I’ve been workin’ hard, puttin’ on,” Tjay raps.
“Oh Well” was taken from Tjay’s sophomore album, Destined 2 Win, which dropped last week. It features guest appearances from 6lack, Moneybagg Yo, Offset, Saweetie, Toosii and Tyga, including Tjay’s “Headshot” anthem with Polo G and Five Foreign.
(Lil Tjay’s video contain uncensored profanity.)
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