Kami and Smoke Ono “Reboot” Video: Chance The Rapper and Joey Purp Celebrate in Chicago
In the video for "Reboot," Kami and producer Smoko Ono's latest track, the three Chi-town natives reflect on their come-up as they're surrounded by close friends and supporters in their city's backstreets. The duo recruited the hip-hop's new go-to director, Lyrical Lemonade founder Cole Bennett, for the visual, whose editing skills reign supreme as the camera cuts to different scenes of the Midwestern rhymers living it up.
"Fuck-fuckin' up a check on some Black kids/Just took the Grammys out the plastic/Shoulda got my first one off the Acid/Still bang my hat out in traffic," Chano delivers on the track's second verse, making a nod to his critically-acclaimed sophomore mixtape.
It's all fun and games for Kami for the remainder of the vid as he bounces around with Smoko Ono. "Drip water, I was selling seafood/Crash a coup, so I had to recoup/Hit a dealership, said I need two/Booted up, then I had to reboot" he raps on the chorus.
Joey Purp provides the hook's catchy adlibs before bursting out with a verse of his own. "I just got a check and put it all on a pendant/She in Saks religiously, that means she's sacrilegious/I ain't gotta tint it, tryna let 'em know I'm in it/I been outta town, but I'm still doin' digits," he spits.
Catch the visual for "Reboot" below.
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