Donnis ft. BSBD - Gimme

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
God's Paparazzi and Blue Sky Black Death
Album:
Snack Pack Vol. 1

Fool’s Gold spitter Donnis last found himself on our pages back in late August with the release of his Break Hundreds & Hearts EP, but if the music video for his single Gimme is any indication then I’m pretty sure the Atlanta emcee is doing just fine. We’re talking sipping-red-wine-on-the beach, yes-those-are-my-loafers-in-this-powdery-white-sand fine. The visuals for Gimme, a song that was originally featured on his Snack Pack Vol. 1, take on a daydream-like vibe as Donnis and his companion frolic on the beach with the lapping of the waves, the clinking of wine glasses

red Solo cups, and the crackle of a fire serving as the music videos only cameo’s. On top of being a stellar visual, the music video for Gimme also proves to be an ideal companion to God’s Paparazzi and Blue Sky Black Death‘s mellow production. Just don’t let the dreaminess of Donnis’ latest visual distract you from checking out the rhymer’s Break Hundreds & Hearts EP, which can be previewed and purchased through DJBooth.

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