PROJECT // PAPOOSE & LIL' WAYNE MUSIC VIDEO
DAN RUE - BLU CHEW
Papoose & Lil Wayne Team Up In "Thought I Was Gonna Stop" Music Video.
Pap’s hit single, “Thought I Was Gonna Stop” was released at the end of 2021.
The New York City rapper known for heavy bars stays consistent on this hard-hitting track, produced by Timbaland next to rap’s most elite emcees Lil" Wayne.
Papoose might be inching towards retirement but he's proven that his pen will truly be missed when he decides to hang up the mic. The rapper's been offering a new project every single month of 2021 and each one seems to get better. He's traded bars with the best of 'em and locked in with some of the greatest producers of all time.
On the last project he released, September, he surprised fans with a new collaboration with Lil Wayne titled, "Thought I Was Gonna Stop." While two rappers flexed their lyrical prowess on the track, they shot the music video for the record at our Green Room Studio 'The Peacock Lounge". Pap and Wayne lock in behind our velvet Green paisley-print backdrop as they deliver their respective verses. The video cuts to solo shots of Pap rapping in front of a stack of speakers and Weezy sitting on a gold low-rider with his favorite beverage in his hand.
This advertisement for BluChew was created in our Green Room at the Peacock Lounge using color grading in post editing.
Hailing from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Dan Rue began making a name for himself while visiting Louisiana State University, which is where he met his comedy partner Nicholas Joseph as the two were caught in the school's student union with Nick acting as Dan's hype man and Dan dancing.
From there, the duo began posting videos on Instagram which gained them over 1.8 million viewers especially after their video with rapper/producer T-Pain where they meet him in his dressing room and Dan ends up running away with his chain. In their usual videos, Dan is usually dances and ends up stealing something from whoever or wherever the duo come across on their comedic adventures. In 2018, he and Nick joined the Season 11 cast of Nick Cannon's Wild 'N Out on MTV. He continues his reign as a comedic dancer on all social media platforms.