Riff Raff Faces the Man in the Mirror in “Root Beer Float Ghost” Video
RiFF RAFF is back with a brand new visual for "Root Beer Float Ghost," a single off his Aquaberry Aquarius project. The Cole Bennett-directed video for the song is more reflective than his previously released clips, as it finds the Peach Panther artist staring at the man in the mirror.
In the video, a contemplative-looking RiFF RAFF roams about his crib as Tommy Girl--who's rocking a winter coat in the house for some reason--sings about how she longs for the rapper's love. There's also colorful paint splashes on paintings throughout his house, though we're not sure what they're meant to symbolize--or if they're meant to symbolize anything at all.
The "Tip Toe Wing in My Jawwdinz" performer says the song and the video came about naturally. "This song was special right from the start," he tells XXL about the making of "Root Beer Float Ghost." "We made the beat and wrote the song in studio together with producer and engineer. Was really the first time I actually sat and made a song from scratch production and all. Video was a no-brainer."
As big of a 2017 as Riff Raff's already had, he's still got major plans for the rest of the year.
"We have 60-plus international shows coming up in the next few months along with two new albums," he continues. "A bunch of Versace surprises as well. Let's just say 2017 is gonna be a big year for Raff Reezy."
You can check out RiFF RAFF's new video for "Root Beer Float Ghost" below.
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