PnB Rock Is Surrounded by Women in New “Alaska Video”
In July, PnB Rock dropped "Alaska," his version of Lil Yachty's hit song "Minnesota." Yesterday (Oct. 17), the Philadelphia rapper/singer delivered the accompanying music video. Watch the visual right here.
Throughout the brief, two-minute clip directed by Picture Perfect, PnB smokes and vibes out surrounded by friends. At certain points, snowflakes fall onto the video girls, adding to the frigid theme. PnB kicks off the first verse by spitting about his street résumé, rapping, "It get colder then Alaska/I hate all these rappers/These niggas be actors they ain't never been no trappers/I was really in the streets , I was really in the field/I was really sellin' work, I was really sellin pills/Who would of believed I would ever get a deal/Man I still can't believe that my brother got killed."
In other PnB-related news, the potential 2017 XXL Freshman dropped the video for "Bet On It" featuring A Boogie Wit da Hoodie a few weeks back. “I got my cash up, got my racks up/All these bitches on me, I’m like hoe, back up//Where yo ass was at when I was broke/Now you want my D because I got it for the low,” PnB Rock sings.
The Atlantic Records artist has been compared to artists including Fetty Wap and Drake. PnB started getting national buzz after he released the smash street single “On Fleek” in 2015. His unique flow and catchy choruses have garnered attention. You can check out his new video for "Alaska" above, and peep his 2016 Freshman pitch below.
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