Droop-E Drops “I Do What I Want” Video
Vallejo’s very own, Droop-E, is back with a new song and music video. Droop-E, who's also E-40's son, drops “I Do What I Want,” a record off his upcoming project Trillionaire Thoughts. The visual was directed by Jae Synth and is an ode to staying true to yourself and positivity.
“Everything that I’m saying in this song is extravagant so we went for a gritty, Bay Area feel," he says through email. "Literally showing I do what I want. It was organic. I wanted to do a video that wasn’t overproduced but literally showed more of me, my crew and our personalities. It’s a nice introduction to Trillionaire Thoughts. That song is part of the embodiment of the mantra and vibe of the album.”
Droop-E, who's also the president of E-40's Sick Wid It Records, made Trillionaire Thoughts to learn more about his life mantra. He wants his fans to speak things into existence.
“It’s an album based upon a philosophy and a mentality and a way of life so I knew what I wanted and the way I wanted to go but it took a minute to actually embody that and actually become what I wanted to come through the speakers," Droop-E explains. "When I started I recording this album, my mentality was that pretty much every time I speak on the mic, it was the mentality that I’m a trillionaire. That there is no limitations in life and that I’m blessed by God. I didn’t want to have any negative thoughts going through my mind as I was rapping. I made the music so people can put it on, go about their day and think big instead of thinking small.”
Watch “I Do What I Want” below.
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