Ty Dolla $ign & Jeremih Turn Up With Demon Strippers In "Dawsin's Breek " Music Video

Chantilly Post
October 03, 2017 14:03

Demon lookin' strippers ain't cute.

Ty Dolla $ign and Jeremih premiere the visual to their track "Dawsin's Breek."

In just under three minutes the Ryan Hope-directed video shows Ty going from the beach to the strip club where things get out of focus as he starts seeing the stripper gyals look a little demonic. They don't stop what they're doing though, as they still continue to dance around and have money flying everywhere. 

The video was supposed to drop yesterday, but Ty wanted all of our attention to be directed towards the tragic shooting that happened in Las Vegas. He tweeted yesterday saying, "I was excited to drop the Dawsin’s video today but it was more important to me for everyone to pray for Vegas . Heartbroken over this shit."

The single comes off the upcoming album Beach House 3 set to drop October 27th. So far we've gotten our hands on four tracks from the project - "Dawson's Breek," "Message In A Bottle," “Love U Better" ft. Lil Wayne and The-Dream as well as  “So Am I" ft. Damian Marley and Skrillex. The whole project is set to have 20 songs total and will also have other features from Mike WiLL Made It, Future, Swae Lee, YG (who will appear on a record titled "Ex") and more.

Regarding the shooting in Las Vegas, that has a claimed the lives of 58 and injured over 100, a number of rappers have taken to show their condolences to the tragic attack on social media. Most recently was XXXTentacion who shared a video of him in his usual pose with the camera hovering above him as he lays down. "I just now found out about the Vegas shooting," he says in the video. "My prayers and condolences go out to anyone who lost a family member or a friend last night. My prayers go out to you." 

A number of other Hip Hop artists came pouring out with tweets such as Rihanna, The Weeknd, Questlove and Desiinger. 

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