Directed by Augustin Vita, the clip complements Brown’s verses about growing up in Detroit with a potent mixture of gravity and humor. As the rapper spits the song in an old car bursting with flowers, the video seems to follow a group of four kids from childhood to young adulthood, chronicling a life of video games, birthday parties, family fights, hustling to get by and run-ins with the cops.
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