RMR Needs Your Help Choosing The Ending For His New Music Video

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  • RMR Needs Your Help Choosing The Ending For His New Music Video
    POSTED Jan 11 2021

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    RMR. Photo taken from RMR's YouTube channel.

    RMR's 2020 was one to remember, releasing his first project, DRUG DEALING IS A LOST ART. He's back with his first single of the year, Her Honeymoon, and it's a track about a relationship that's a bit of a rollercoaster.

    Produced by The Do Betters, the track features RMR's signature vocals, and the melodies on the track will get stuck in your head. 

    The video for Her Honeymoon sees RMR and his girl (played by Janet Guzman) in an unstable relationship. At the start of the video, RMR lets fans know that the video isn't finished, but he's got some ideas on how to finish it.

    In the video, Janet ends up stealing RMR's mask from his safe, and she's going to deliver it to comedian Reedo Brown. The deal could go a few ways - which is where you come in.

    RMR provides possible ideas for the ending of the video, before leaving it up to fans. It's a bit of a choose-your-own-adventure video, which is a great spin on how music videos usually come together.

    READ MORE: RMR, 645AR & Rap Absurdism In 2020

    If you're looking to give RMR advice on what ending he should choose, including endings like "she sells [his] identity", "the deal goes south" and more, then he gives you a number to call. Check out the video below - it's time to decide.

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Submitted by ben.madden on Mon, 11/01/2021 - 12:26

RMR
RMR. Photo taken from RMR's YouTube channel.

RMR's 2020 was one to remember, releasing his first project, DRUG DEALING IS A LOST ART. He's back with his first single of the year, Her Honeymoon, and it's a track about a relationship that's a bit of a rollercoaster.

Produced by The Do Betters, the track features RMR's signature vocals, and the melodies on the track will get stuck in your head. 

The video for Her Honeymoon sees RMR and his girl (played by Janet Guzman) in an unstable relationship. At the start of the video, RMR lets fans know that the video isn't finished, but he's got some ideas on how to finish it.

In the video, Janet ends up stealing RMR's mask from his safe, and she's going to deliver it to comedian Reedo Brown. The deal could go a few ways - which is where you come in.

RMR provides possible ideas for the ending of the video, before leaving it up to fans. It's a bit of a choose-your-own-adventure video, which is a great spin on how music videos usually come together.

READ MORE: RMR, 645AR & Rap Absurdism In 2020

If you're looking to give RMR advice on what ending he should choose, including endings like "she sells [his] identity", "the deal goes south" and more, then he gives you a number to call. Check out the video below - it's time to decide.

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