Marc Mavrick and Corey Finesse Bring Out the Masses in “Derek Fisher” Video
The names and faces may change, and new trends will continue to replace older ones, but the good ol' fashion shoot-em-up anthem is probably here to stay. Marc Mavrick and GS9's Corey Finesse serve up the visual for the Ty Real-produced track "Derek Fisher," their own ultra-aggressive song for gun-toters.
The video for "Derek Fisher" -- the song title inspired by the former New York Knicks coach -- features all the hallmarks of a typical song about gun-brawling. There are bandanas flying literally everywhere and Marc and Corey seemingly bring out their whole neighborhood for the video shoot.
Over a beat that sounds like a slightly different version of Rowdy Rebel and Bobby Shmurda's "Computers," Marc sets things off with some very in-your-face bars. "Fool me once you'll never breathe again/Threw a punch made him kiss my Timbs/I'm 'Pac in Above the Rim/Bullets fly let the games begin," he raps.
Marc continues with his viciousness throughout his verse, and leaves no doubt about his enthusiasm when it comes to beef. "All that talking I hope you smile when niggas spark on you," he raps on the hook for the song.
Next up is Corey Finesse, who tells his enemies that they're "fucking with some savages," before spending the rest of his verse talking about a shooting. Like Bobby Shmurda, Corey brings the energy when he steps in the booth, and the result is usually a really good listen. Keep your eyes open for Corey and Marc in 2017.
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