[Watch] KYLE and Tyga Team Up to Deliver New Music Video “Money Now”

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The video begins by KYLE opening the doors to what he introduces as his crib, and giving audiences a tour of seemingly “his” home. 

In the song, KYLE reflects on being “broke as a bird,” not being able to pay the rent, and sleeping in tents, then continues to boast about how he’s getting money now. The Jakob Owens-directed video is a comical take on an MTV “Cribs” inspiration — showing what its like to be living lavish in a large home. Throughout the first half of the video, KYLE is seen showing off his cars, pool, fridge, and “creation station.”

Audiences quickly get the impression that something suspicious is going on and the home may not really be his, as KYLE is seen taking down pictures of Tyga. 

About halfway through the video, Tyga walks into the home and asks the camera crew “Who the hell are y’all?” He eventually sees KYLE and confronts him by asking “What you doing in my house?”

Then in the outtakes of the video, audiences see KYLE continue to tour Tyga’s crib — visiting his theater room and kitchen.

“Money Now,” also features Johnny Yukon and appears on KYLE’s second album See You When I am Famous!!!!!!!!!!!! which dropped on July 17. The project includes additional features from Bryson Tiller, Trippie Redd, Rico Nasty, Too $hort, and Rich the Kid.

Watch the “Money Now” music video below.

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