Preme and Lil Wayne Stunt in Some Ferraris in “Hot Boy” Video
Preme continues to make essential strides in his rise in the music community, and his latest "Hot Boy" track features him teaming up with a rap veteran. Today (March 30), the Canadian rapper drops the music video for "Hot Boy" with Lil Wayne, where they both flex in some fancy Ferrari vehicles.
The new visuals, which are directed by Kid Art, show Preme, who is also known as P Reign, stunting with his luxury car while also embracing some gorgeous models. Weezy soon comes in with his verse where he also surrounds himself with beautiful women as he flaunts some of his iced out chains.
The record reminisces on Wayne's Cash Money era and when he was part of the famous rap group Hot Boys, alongside Juvenile, B.G. and Turk. Some of Preme's lyrics even pay homage to Weezy while he was in the group, including his signature dreads.
“I got the whole city on lock, boy,” Preme rhymes. “I should dread my head, the way I’m feeling like a hot boy.”
Drake's longtime affiliate is currently preparing his forthcoming debut studio album, Light of Day, which is slated to drop through BPG and RCA Records sometime in the spring season.
Watch the music video for Preme and Lil Wayne's "Hot Boy" record below.
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