The nearly-three-minute music video finds the rapper duo donning fur coats while spitting their bars in an ancient-looking mansion.
Future and Young Thug have unveiled a music video for another track off their joint effort “Super Slimey”. This time, the music video for “Mink Flow” is here for viewing pleasure. The spooky clip features the rapper duo spitting their bars in an ancient-looking mansion.
The nearly-three-minute visuals finds Young Thug donning a white fur coat and a red leather jacket while having various species of snakes wrapped around his neck. Future, on the other hand, rocks a blue fur coat inside the mansion that features a sparkling chandelier. Both of them are joined by some naked ladies painted like snakes and lizards.
“You can make love in the morning/ Cat mink flow, I’m warm/ Got millions, just stay calm/ N***a get turned upside down/ I was Rich before the Gang,” they rap. “I was Slime way before the name/ Kill s**t like Sudan/ And that’s all I gotta say/ Ain’t leading you wrong.”
The visuals for “Mink Flow” is a follow-up to the duo’s “All da Smoke” music video, which was released yesterday. The cinematic visuals features a group of kids stealing money in order to escape from their unpleasant home, while Future and Young Thug spit their bars in an abandoned school auditorium.
Also on that day, Taylor Swift’s “End Game” music video featuring him and Ed Sheeran was released. The Joseph Khan-directed music video finds the “Mask Off” spitter accompanying the former country songstress at a party in Miami, dancing around on a yacht. Future later is invited to Taylor’s party at her London house. They are also joined by Ed at the party.
Music videos were not the only things that the 34-year-old rapper released that day. His collaboration with Kendrick Lamar and Jay Rock on track “King’s Dead” was also premiered. The track serves as the soundtrack for upcoming Marvel movie “Black Panther”, which is due out on February 16.