The music video for Kodak Black’s collaboration with the ‘Sicko Mode’ rapper and Offset offers a behind-the-scenes look at how the visuals is created.
Travis Scott (II) helps friend Kodak Black create the music video for his hit “Zeze”, which features himself and Offset. Directed by the “Butterfly Effect” rapper, the visuals was released on Friday, November 23 and offers viewers a behind-the-scenes look at how the music video is made.
It starts with a voice mail from Black’s record label, on which they warn the production team not to go over budget and not to include guns, drugs and violence. The scene then changes to show a series of green screen adventures, from Black and Offset performing against a volcanic eruption backdrop to Scott rapping underwater with sharks.
Considering the warning that the record label has announced to the production team, it doesn’t take too long before drama ensues. Scott can be seen discussing with another director to see if they can put other things in the video as he wants “a**” whilst Black “requested a demon.” Scott gets his wish granted in the end, as female dancers clad in bikini are seen filming pole dancing scene.
Unfortunately, the budget finally breaks. Members of the team look frustrated and upset out of fear that the music video won’t be finished by the end of the day. The other director tries to keep his cool, but it doesn’t do much because a man later appears on the set of the music video, telling everyone to go home before they finish shooting.
As Black and the others start protesting, they soon get into a brawl.
“Zeze” is among the new material from Black’s upcoming album “Dying to Live” which is expected to arrive on Friday, December 14. The single peaked at No. 2 on Billboard Hot 100, becoming the highest-charting song ever to begin with the letter Z on the chart.
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