YG drops the heaven-sent music video for "Slay" with Quavo.
The latest song off YG's Stay Dangerous to receive a video disclaimer is "Slay" with Offset. As you can see, the music video's theme is centered around the confines of heaven, where each and every woman subject to the original decree becomes an archangel. The "Slay" is essentially a gender/role reversal on the old Philadelphia cream cheese commercials where the recurring "host" teases "a little taste of heaven" while male servants tend to her needs.
YG shows us the wilder side of his "objective reality" by ditching the khaki press for a transparent mesh top and matching white pants, only to switch outfits at key intervals before his personal style goes out of print. The heaven-sent fashion runway is just the place for YG to give his second career as a stylist the space to operate freely. With the "universal translator" in a detectable auto-tune setting, YG and Quavo reach their target audience without breaking a sweat or losing their cool.