Taking his talents out to 5 Pointz in Queens, Paypa drops a visual for “Serenity,” single featured on his Kim Jong ILL (Henny on the Rocks III), mixtape. The bright urban artwork, matched with the gritty surrounding of the NYC streets goes so well with the BINK! produced track. Directed by Patrick “Embryo” Tapu. Previously: Emilio Rojas Ft. Killa Kyleon & Doughbeezy – Fire (Prod. By The Renegades) Follow @UptownToney
Paypa returns with his latest visual from Kim Jong Ill, the CurT@!n$-assisted “Alright.” This video might not be here if it wasn’t for a couple of decisions made in the day that lead him to link up with the NY native in a local bar. They also shot the entire thing in under an hour, which might sound like a rush job but it looks fantastic. Directed by Embryo. Previously: Mixtape: Paypa – Kim Jong Ill (Henny On The Rocks 3) Follow @SermonsDomain
Antoher Henny On The Rocks? Yes, it’s that time, it’s Paypa’s time. Kim Jong Ill is full of good music, calculated guest features and production that matches the third word of the title. Expect appearances from French Montana, Crooked I, Los, Ya Boy, Emilio Rojas and more.
Paypa and Los don’t fuck with the same things that everyone else does. They make that loud and clear on their collaboration “I Don’t Fuck With That.” Their backs to the camera most of the time, meaning haters can’t see them. Directed by Embryo. Kim Jong Ill is out December 12. Previously: Video: Paypa – All Of My Everything Follow @SermonsDomain
Sometimes, you just need to have a seat (no Chris Hansen) and reflect upon your life and career. That’s what Paypa does for “All Of My Everything.” All his hard work is reflected on and visualized from signing his deal to performing on The Smoker’s Club tour, and everything in between. Directed by Embryo. Kim Jong Ill drops December 12. Previously: Paypa Ft. Troy Ave – Grinding (Prod. By Vinylz) Follow @SermonsDomain
In hip-hop, we pledge allegiance to the grind. It’s our motivation and also the greatest enemy to some. For those who can maneuver and master their grind, they’re rewarded with a career, money and other assorted prizes at the end of the Yellow Brick Road. Paypa and Troy Ave are no strangers to this method, and it was only right this record was created into existence. Kim Jong Ill drops December 12. Paypa Ft. Troy Ave – Grinding (Prod. By Vinylz) Previously: Paypa Ft. Crooked I – RPM (Prod. By Cardiak) Follow @SermonsDomain