Rich Homie Quan Rides in a Helicopter in New “Changed” Video
Rich Homie Quan is absolutely living his best life in his new video for "Changed," the first single from his forthcoming debut album, Rich as in Spirit. In the new visual, which was shot near a beachside mansion, we see Quan soaking up the sunshine and just about all the spoils of life as a rap star.
In some clips, the rapper sits next to baddies as he's being shown some incredibly expensive looking watches. In others, he's riding along in a helicopter, or jetskiing. He's living his best life.
The song itself finds the Motown Records signee flexing on his doubters, while the video seems to bring the flexes to nuclear levels.
"Don't let that money fool ya, boy, ain't shit changed/We in Miami on Biscayne/Forty-thousand for the big face/And they want another fifty-thousand just to bust it down/I've been doing this shit since sixth grade/Teachers told me I would never make/No money off these words, now I'm not worried 'bout nobody/Told that same teacher, 'Look at me' and I didn't go to college," Quan spits on the hook for the Cassius Jay-produced track.
If the rest of Rich as in Spirit is anything like "Changed," it should be pretty dope. The project will find Quan reflecting on all the trials and tribulations of his career up to this point. It's set to drop in the near future.
Check out Rich Homie Quan's video for "Changed" below.
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