Rich Brian's 'Bali' Music Video Sees Him Taking Care Of Those Around Him

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  • Rich Brian's 'Bali' Music Video Sees Him Taking Care Of Those Around Him
    POSTED Apr 29 2020
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    It's proving quite difficult to film music videos while in self-isolation, so when Rich Brian set out to film the music video for Bali, which features Guapdad 4000, he had to get creative.

    The video sees Brian using a drone to give people gifts in the community around him that might need it.

    READ MORE: Rich Brian Has Teamed Up With Guapdad 4000 To Drop New Single 'Bali'

    He sent 125 meals to the LA County Hospital, helped out a local food truck, donated to Asian Americans for Housing, meals to the elderly, face masks and a lot, lot more.

    However, he also wanted to make sure his friends were involved in the action - so the video also features him sending gifts to the likes of NIKI, Thundercat, Kenny Beats and more, making it a star-studded video that was filmed while everyone was in self-isolation. 

    Guapdad also got in on the action, sending gifts to Buddy and Denzel Curry using Brian's drone - so no-one feels left out.

    Speaking at the end of the video, Brian says, "The goal is to just help some people out. It's a crazy time in this world, in this country, on this planet. Hopefully, we can do some good somewhere."

    Check out the video below - it's a great accompaniment to the already-released single, and captures the song's energy perfectly.

Submitted by Site Factory admin on Wed, 29/04/2020 - 17:32
Rich Brian
YouTube

It's proving quite difficult to film music videos while in self-isolation, so when Rich Brian set out to film the music video for Bali, which features Guapdad 4000, he had to get creative.

The video sees Brian using a drone to give people gifts in the community around him that might need it.

READ MORE: Rich Brian Has Teamed Up With Guapdad 4000 To Drop New Single 'Bali'

He sent 125 meals to the LA County Hospital, helped out a local food truck, donated to Asian Americans for Housing, meals to the elderly, face masks and a lot, lot more.

However, he also wanted to make sure his friends were involved in the action - so the video also features him sending gifts to the likes of NIKI, Thundercat, Kenny Beats and more, making it a star-studded video that was filmed while everyone was in self-isolation. 

Guapdad also got in on the action, sending gifts to Buddy and Denzel Curry using Brian's drone - so no-one feels left out.

Speaking at the end of the video, Brian says, "The goal is to just help some people out. It's a crazy time in this world, in this country, on this planet. Hopefully, we can do some good somewhere."

Check out the video below - it's a great accompaniment to the already-released single, and captures the song's energy perfectly.

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