IDK and Offset connect on new single, “Shoot My Shot”

The multi-talented rapper IDK tapped Migos rapper Offset for his new track, “Shoot My Shot.” 

The two rappers trade bars about their ability to attract any woman in their sight in the accompanying music video, which was directed by IDK himself under his birth name, Jason Mills.  The colorful, charismatic visual finds a number of women and men shooting free-throws on a basketball court.

“Love who I am, not my bankroll, but / I’m up, so that is not realistic / Shoot my shot, then I check the ballistic / Shoot my shot, then I’m on to the next one,” IDK raps.

“Shoot My Shot” follows IDK’s smooth cover of Pharrell Williams and Jay-Z‘s famed classic, “Frontin‘,” complete with a black-and-white video performance featuring strings and background singers.

In other news: Earlier this week, the Maryland native modeled for the cover of Clash magazine, a music and fashion publication in the UK. “I love feeling like some things can’t be done,” IDK says inside the issue. “I get a kick out of just making [stuff] happen. That’s always been my career. That’s why I’m even a rapper. I’ve done the unthinkable.”

IDK — which stands for Ignorantly Delivering Knowledge — is currently readying his forthcoming sophomore album, USEE4YOURSELF.

(Video contains uncensored profanity.)

 

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