2 Chainz Videos

2 Chainz Feat. Young Dolph, Cap 1 "Trap House Stalkin" Video
2 Chainz Feat. Young Dolph, Cap 1 "Trap House Stalkin" Video
2 Chainz Feat. Young Dolph & Cap 1
2 Chainz put out T.R.U. Jack City at the end of January, and now we get a video to one of the mixtape's signature cuts, "Trap House Stalkin". In the video, 2 Chainz is whipping up work in a smoky trap house surrounded by bad bitches. He's joined by ATL up-and-comer Young Dolph as well as Cap 1, who's on 2 Chainz's imprint, The Real University.  If you're a male from Hot 'Lanta, chances are your girl is stalking Tity Boi's trap house. You better grab her quick, 'cuz it's nothing nice once she gets inside. 
2 Chainz & Nick Young Shop For Rare Sneakers On "Most Expensivest Shit"
2 Chainz & Nick Young Shop For Rare Sneakers On "Most Expensivest Shit"
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For the third episode of "Most Expensivest Shit," 2 Chainz grabs Iggy Azalea's boo Nick Young to search for some of the most expensive/rarest sneakers available. The two hit up RIF.LA and get the run down on some of the rarest sneakers out, including a pair of Air Jordan 5 Retro "Easter" pack that'll cost around over $13,000, the Nike Air Yeezys, a pair of Freddie Kruger-inspired sneakers, the Nike Air Mags ($9,000), and a pair of army green Air Jordans that'll cost $25,000.
DJ Infamous Feat. 2 Chainz & Jeezy "Dikembe" Video
DJ Infamous Feat. 2 Chainz & Jeezy "Dikembe" Video
DJ Infamous Feat. 2 Chainz & Jeezy
Outside of Drake's brilliant string of Louis Williams references on "6 Man," rappers recently seem to be more focused on shouting out the NBA greats of old than the stars of today. What with Post Malone's "White Iverson" (referencing A.I. with the song, and possibly Karl Malone with his name), Don Trip's 2012 song "Allen Iverson" and Kanye West's "middle finger longer than Dikembe" line in "All Day," it seems like the former 76ers point guard and Houston Rockets center are two of the most popular subjects. 
2 Chainz & Big Sean Try Diamond-Infused Vodka For "Most Expensivest Shit"
2 Chainz & Big Sean Try Diamond-Infused Vodka For "Most Expensivest Shit"
2 Chainz Feat. Big Sean
After smoking a gold-covered joint and trying weed that costs $800 an ounce, 2 Chainz moves on to another vice in the latest episode of GQ's "Most Expensivest Shit." This time around, it's alcohol. Tity Boi gets to taste diamond-infused vodka in a special-made martini, which costs an astounding $10,000. Just when you think that price tag is crazy, the dude drops a diamond worth $100,000 in the drink.
Jordin Sparks Feat. 2 Chainz "Double Tap" Official Lyric Video
Jordin Sparks Feat. 2 Chainz "Double Tap" Official Lyric Video
Jordin Sparks Feat. 2 Chainz
Jordin Sparks has a message for all her Instagram stalkers: don't be shy to double tap. Online creeping has becoming increasingly easy with all the various forms of social media, however Sparks' focuses on the photo sharing platform for her new single "Double Tap." The single, originally off her #ByeFelicia mixtape, is now being used to promote her new abum Right Here Right Now, due out later this year.
2 Chainz's Smokes Really Expensive Joint On "Most Expensivest Shit"
2 Chainz's Smokes Really Expensive Joint On "Most Expensivest Shit"
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Tity Boi is kicking off the second season of GQ's "Most Expensivest Shit," where the rapper tries out some of the most expensive shit in the world-- whether it's food, weed, or cars. This first episode of second season has Chainz trying out some marijuana that costs $800 an ounce, and he pairs that with rolling papers that are covered in 24k gold. Plus a ridiculously oversized pipe (not sure how expensive that is). After testing out the products, he leaves us with his thoughts-- "I will be doing that again," he says.
2 Chainz "Road Dawg" Video
2 Chainz "Road Dawg" Video
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Revisiting his newly-released Tru Jack City mixtape, 2 Chainz decides to liberate a new video for the project's intro track “Road Dawg”. From an empty parking garage to riding around the ATL in his Rollz Royce, 2 Chainz puts on for his "road dawgs" and stunts hard in this Chad Tennies-directed visual.
Noisey's Atlanta Documentary (Ep. 6)
Noisey's Atlanta Documentary (Ep. 6)
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Noisey Atlanta has already looked at Migos, Jeezy, Gucci, and plenty of other figures in Atlanta's vibrant rap scene, but episode 6 of the series explores the extravagant lifestyle of 2 Chainz. We get a look at the rapper's crib, where he shows us his collection of memorabilia from his long career, and later makes his way to a show where he puts on for his day 1 fans, performing under his original rap name, Tity Boi. Following the A3C festival, Chainz and the Vice crew make their way to an after party. Watch it all go down above.
Skooly Feat. Short Dawg "Please Don't" Video
Skooly Feat. Short Dawg "Please Don't" Video
Skooly Feat. Short Dawg
2 Chainz just recently unveiled his compilation tape, TRU Jack City, which highlights up-and-coming rappers from Atlanta and beyond. ONe of the highlights from the records saw the city's two biggest producers still on a (relatively) regional level, Zaytoven and Metro Boomin behind the boards. Rapping on the collaborative instrumental are Skooly and Short Dawg, who prove themselves as rappers to watch this year, and have now rolled out the official video for the song.
Eric Bellinger Feat. 2 Chainz "Focused On You" Video
Eric Bellinger Feat. 2 Chainz "Focused On You" Video
Eric Bellinger Feat. 2 Chainz
Oddly enough, Eric Bellinger and 2 Chainz's "Focused On You" is one of two songs released in the past few months that offers an update to Nas and The Braveheart's "Oochie Wally," with the other being Fabolous and Chris Brown's "She Wildin." Today, Bellinger and Tity Boi's one gets a video, which features a fittingly upscale pool party.
2 Chainz Argues About Marijuana With Nancy Grace
2 Chainz Argues About Marijuana With Nancy Grace
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As the host of her own TV program on HLN, Nancy Grace has become infamous for her stance on marijuana. Highlighting only the most boneheaded of pot smokers on her show, she attempts to prove that the drug inherently causes criminal behavior, saying in the past that Colorado's legalization would lead to "the biggest crime wave you've ever seen." Today, she had 2 Chainz on the show to voice his opinion on the drug.
Mike WiLL Made It Previews New Song With 2 Chainz "Someone To Love"
Mike WiLL Made It Previews New Song With 2 Chainz "Someone To Love"
Mike Will Made It Feat. 2 Chainz
Mike WiLL Made It offered up a brief clip and preview of an upcoming collaboration he has with Tity Boi. It's likely the record, "Someone To Love," will appear on Mike WiLL's upcoming all-original mixtape Ransom, which finally locked in a release date the other day. We're waiting for Ransom to drop on December 15th, you'll be able to download it right here on HNHH.
Jessie J & 2 Chainz Perform "Burnin' Up" Live On Jimmy Kimmel
Jessie J & 2 Chainz Perform "Burnin' Up" Live On Jimmy Kimmel
Jessie J Feat. 2 Chainz
Jessie J continues to tighten her grasp on her U.S. audience, and made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night as Kimmel's musical guest. The U.K. singer performed two cuts off her new album Sweet Talker, the first being "Masterpiece," which she followed by a performance of "Burnin' Up." She brought out featured artist 2 Chainz to assist on stage. Peep their performance of the single above.
2 Chainz Tests A $260,000 Stereo With GQ
2 Chainz Tests A $260,000 Stereo With GQ
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GQ's "Most Expensivest Shit" series has had 2 Chainz trying out the most expensive shit in the burger, hat, suit and toothbrush worlds, and the latest episode pits him against a German engineered speaker set that costs $260,000.
2 Chainz Gets A Custom Suit On GQ’s "Most Expensivest Shit"
2 Chainz Gets A Custom Suit On GQ’s "Most Expensivest Shit"
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GQ has been doing good by Tity Boi these past few months. Giving the rapper the opportunity to host their "Most Expensivest Shit" web series, the magazine has followed Chainz around the United States, giving him the opportunity to try a $295 cheeseburger sprinkled with gold, as well as picking out a $25,000 dollar hat for his collection. For this weeks episode of the series, Chainz ups the ante with a custom-made suit that runs between $50,000 and $60,000 dollars because, you know, he can't risk running into someone at the awards who's wearing the same outfit.
Jessie J Feat. 2 Chainz "Burnin' Up" Video
Jessie J Feat. 2 Chainz "Burnin' Up" Video
Jessie J Feat. 2 Chainz
Jessie J is still riding high on the Billboard charts with her Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj collaboration "Bang Bang," but in the world of top forty radio, one hit is never enough. Returning to our pages with another cross-genre hit single, J brings shirtless male extras and a fully-clothed Tity Boi together for "Burnin' Up," the latest visual from her upcoming sophomore album. 2 Chainz's footage here looks like it was shot off-location. I guess hanging with half-naked men wasn't what his old moniker was referring to.
2 Chainz Tries On $25K Hat With GQ
2 Chainz Tries On $25K Hat With GQ
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A couple weeks ago, 2 Chainz teamed up with GQ Magazine for a new series called “The Most Expensivest Shit”, where he ate one the world’s most expensive burgers at a price of $295. Today, they return with episode 5 of the series, where 2 Chainz heads to Orlando Palacios at Worth & Worth hat shop to get custom fitted for a new Panama hat. The clip shows us how a $25,000 hand-crafted hat gets created from scratch, and why Orlando believes it’s the first gift you’ll receive when you get to heaven .
Keyshia Cole Feat. 2 Chainz "N.L.U." Video
Keyshia Cole Feat. 2 Chainz "N.L.U." Video
Keyshia Cole Feat. 2 Chainz
Keyshia Cole returns to HNHH with the official video for her latest single "N.L.U." Lyrically aggressive and livened up by an always-reliable 2 Chainz verse, the track's visuals find our two stars performing in front of a blue backdrop with varying degrees of darkness. For those interested in the psychology of color-scheme, blue tends to be associated with sorrow. Whether the connection was intended by the director can't be stated for certain, but it would be appropriate response to the track's lyrical nature.