2 Chainz shares a fan video of "PROUD" in sign language while announcing the official music video is coming soon.
2 Chainz' four-song EP The Play Don't Care Who Makes It has been a highlight of the year thus far. The short project serves as a lead-up to Chainz' next full-length Rap Or Go To The League, which was announced during NBA All-Star Weekend. Tity Boi simply cannot stop, consistently upping the ante and making timeless hits every time he drops. In preparation for the YG and Offset-featured "PROUD" music video to be released, 2 Chainz shared a video of a fan mouthing the lyrics to the track and interpreting the words in American Sign Language.
The fan is astonishingly hyped, recalling the video showing Waka Flocka dancing along with a sign language interpreter at one of his concerts with his moves. Rapping along with Chainz, the fan goes in with his sign language bars as his mother looks on a little confused. The official video is likely to drop in the near future as it was filmed last week with 2 Chainz, Offset and YG's mothers possibly all making cameos from the looks of it. 2 Chainz was sharing many photos of him and his mother wearing matching tracksuits and if their appearances are legit, the video is suiting up to be an endearing watch.
Tity Boi is still milking the success of his EP while gearing up for his album release. Check out the sign language interpretation of "PROUD" below and let us know if you're excited about the upcoming music video.