Watch Rich Brian’s homemade video for “Tokyo Drift Freestyle”

    The 88rising rapper recorded the track while social distancing.

    Rich Brian Tokyo Drift Freestyle MV
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    Rich Brian has shared a homemade video for his new freestyle, “Tokyo Drift.”

    According to the Indonesian rapper, the song and clip were recorded on the tenth day of social distancing. On the song, Brian spits braggadocious one-liners over The Teriyaki Boyz’s 2006 song “Tokyo Drift (Fast & Furious).” “What you make in a year is what I make in a verse / Man, you motion-sensitive ’cause my moves will make you nervous,” he raps.

    The visual, on the other hand, features Brian performing for the camera while solving a Rubrik’s Cube, showing off his supply of toilet rolls and brushing his teeth. The clip also features wild edits, such as the rapper removing his own eyes and partying with several clones of himself.

    “Tokyo Drift Freestyle” marks Brian’s first release of the year, following his 2019 album, The Sailor. He also previously teamed up with K-pop singer Chung Ha on “These Nights.”

    Watch the video for “Tokyo Drift Freestyle” below: