AD and Sorry JayNari Reflect on Their Humble Beginnings in ‘Out the Hood’ Video
Today is a big day for AD and Sorry JayNari, as the hip-hop duo finally drop their anticipated album, Last of the '80s, for their loyal fans. Coinciding with the new project release, the League of Starz members have also released a brand new set of visuals for their street banger, "Out the Hood."
While the album itself is already representing hard for the West Coast rappers and their region, the music video sees AD reflecting on his upbringing and how old habits die hard.
The "#CripsLivesMatter" artist explains what inspired the track. "One of my personal favorite records off of the project, showing that even though I'm out the hood there are still many characteristics that won't ever leave me," he tells XXL.
The video finds AD waking up from what appears to be a fun night in with his main chick, leading to her being kicked out of bed and making her way outside for a morning workout in the Hills. The MC carries on with his day by getting a haircut from his barber in his mansion, surrounded by his entourage, while reminiscing on how far he's come through a television screen.
"I’m a Crip from Compton and with the success I’ve been having, I’m getting money, I don’t live in the hood, I live in Hollywood, I drive a fucking Benz," AD continues. "I’m still with the hood but we’re going to the corporate side of the things, and we're going to take the music to the next level. Sorry JayNari and I want to be the soundtrack of the streets and a voice for the people."
With their new album, and this new set of visuals, it's clear that these two are brewing up to have a hot summer.
Peep the new video for "Out the Hood" below.
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