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New Video: OffSet ft. Gucci Mane “Quarter Milli”

The Bando Brothers are back at it! 

Last week Offset debuted his first solo album, Father of 4. Today he officially released the first set of visuals for, “Quarter Milli” featuring Gucci Mane. The album includes features from artists such as, Cardi B, J.Cole, Quavo, 21 Savage and more. This video seems to take place in the 1920s in Chicago, were the two rappers acted as armed bank robbers. Also starring the producers, Metro-Boomin’ and Southside, these creatives were styled in a classic three piece suit with fedoras. 

The opening scene started with black and white footage as a  interesting voiceover advises citizens against the two money-hungry felons.“Over a quarter-million missing, the National Treasury has issued a warning to all financial institutions,” it disclosed. “Who knows when they will strike again.”The trippy clip shows what takes place before and during the robbery. During their trip back in time, the super stylish Offset and Gucci Mane showed off their guns as they drove around in antique cars to execute their plan to rob a bank. The visuals then switches back to black and white as the duo left the scene. The new ‘Quarter Milli’ video follows the sleek clip for “Red Room”, that was released earlier this month.

Watch the new clip here!

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