Future and Lil Uzi Vert know the key to the success of their Pluto X Baby Pluto collaboration was keeping things simple, so that’s what they do in their latest video from the project, “Drankin N Smokin.” Sticking to the most basic precepts of the rap music video, the duo rents out a mansion, hires a bunch of scantily-clad models, and mugs for the camera as they roam from room to room admiring the scenery. Atlanta comedian Lil Duval makes a cameo as the mansion’s owner and the ostensible impetus for the party.
As prolific as both artists were in 2020, with Future releasing High Off Life early in the year and Uzi dropping Eternal Atake and its deluxe version shortly after, it already looks like Future may be gearing up to release another new project after he cleared his Instagram account, which he usually does in preparation for big album rollouts. Meanwhile, Uzi also has also been teasing new music, which makes sense based on how much music he probably has saved up from years between projects.
Watch the “Drankin N Smokin” video above.
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Beyonce’s Blockbuster ‘Renaissance’ Film Set to Dominate Global Box Office Charts
In a dazzling turn of events, Beyonce’s latest cinematic masterpiece, “Renaissance: A Film By Beyonce,” is poised to conquer the weekly box office, anticipating a staggering $22 to $24 million opening in the domestic market. According to The Hollywood Reporter, this impressive debut marks the most significant early December opening in two decades, rivaling even Tom Cruise’s iconic “The Last Samurai.”
Since its U.S. premiere last Friday, the film is unleashing its global charm, with projections soaring to a phenomenal $40 million worldwide. The glittering premiere in Los Angeles earlier this week attracted a constellation of stars, including Taylor Swift, Michelle Williams, Blake Lively, will.i.am, and more.
Beyonce, who teased the film’s arrival after concluding her tour in October, weaves a captivating narrative through “Renaissance,” accentuating the journey of her World Tour from inception in Stockholm, Sweden, to the grand finale in Kansas City, Missouri. The movie delves into Beyoncé’s dedication, hard work, and creative prowess, aiming to carve out her legacy and master her craft. Garnering extraordinary acclaim, the Renaissance World Tour transformed into a sanctuary for freedom and shared joy, captivating over 2.7 million fans.
While “Renaissance: A Film By Beyonce” takes center stage, it’s not the sole blockbuster concert film of the year. Taylor Swift’s “The Eras Tour,” released in October, has already amassed a jaw-dropping $250 million, securing its place as the most successful concert film of all time. Stay tuned for more Beyonce updates on Honk Magazine and seize the chance to experience “Renaissance: A Film By Beyonce” in theaters now.
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