2 Chainz continues emptying out the clip on his T.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Dear Tity, We're at an awkward point in our relationship, with you as the rapper and me as the anxious fan.
2 Chainz's still turning out videos for 7-month-old Based On A T.
Since I'm sure very few of you actually checked out 2 Chainz' Based On A TRU Story debut, I'm pleased the Terius Nash-assisted "Extremely Blessed" got the video treatment, as this jam has been in steady rotation since the album's August release.
For a guy who's got the world at his fingertips right now, 2 Chainz is a simple man and there's nothing terribly fancy about these "Birthday Song" visuals.
2 Chainz is having a a full-fledged Lazarus moment.
Let's do a quick two-point breakdown for 2 Chainz's "I Luv Dem Strippers" video, directed by Benny Boom and featuring Nicki Minaj, who doesn't strip if that's what you were hoping.
2 Chainz Def Jam debut found its way onto the web early and we get a peek at the album's opener "Yuck," whose title can be explained away in the song's opening lines "Known to act a donkey on the camel toe, then take the camel toe and turn it into casserole.
After "Mercy"'s smashing success, it was only a matter of time before America's Poet Laureate, 2 Chainz, linked up again with Kanye West.
Dos Necklaces lets loose of his visual with Young Club Closer - seen here smoking on hookah* - in what has officially become the lead single for Based On A T.
Saying 2 Chainz is poised to have a breakout summer becoming a household name is probably like saying Kobe won't hesitate to shoot tonight against the Nuggets.