Keep his promise to release something new every week for the rest of the year. Fre$h drops the visual to his thrilling new single “Yea Yeah.” Rapping about those who changed up and committed hin acts on him, the Houston native plays a professional thief in the new visual who robs a Porsche dealership. Following the previously released “Asking For A Friend,” stream the new single here via Fre$h Muzik.
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Fre$h’s visual is an inspiration from the classic 90s heist film Point Blank starring Keau Reeves. On the visual’s concept, Fre$h explains: “When I thought about the video for this song I was instantly upset that my Porsche got totaled and wouldn’t be able to get a cameo. I reached out to my boy, Matt Leblanc, who owns a dealership with a bunch of old school Porsche’s and he allowed me to capture scenes there. I came up with the idea to stage a robbery using the concept from the movie “Point Break” wearing ex-president masks and to keep it fun we went with nerf guns instead of actual ones. With this being one of my favorites off the album and the first single it has to set the tone of what’s to be expected. #NothingChangedButTheName.”
The video is accompanied by the Fre$h-featured debut single “Kreayshawn” by Don Juligans. All the new music is leading up to Fre$h new album #NothingChangedButTheName. As the new video, the album is a highly-anticipated release this Winter.
#NothingChangedButTheName drops December 3 on all streaming platforms. Take a look at the video to “Yea Yeah” below. Afterward, follow Fre$h on social media.