Ameer Vann realizes he doesn’t fit in and he’s alright with that in his new single “IDFIATOK”.
Previous BROCKHAMPTON part Ameer Vann has gotten back with his first new single of the year, following up on 2020’s “Stay away” with his new record “IDFIATOK”.
The rapper has been encircled by debate for quite a long time in the wake of being kicked out of the kid band, yet he’s holding onto his status as an untouchable, persistently demonstrating to the world why he’s perhaps the most gifted on the receiver through his unremitting stream of new music. As an individual from BROCKHAMPTON, Vann intrigued fans with probably the best raps of the whole gathering, and he’s carrying that equivalent energy to his performance discharges.
The video for “IDFIATOK”, an abbreviation for “I Don’t Fit In And That’s Okay”, is inventive as could be, flaunting a portion of Vann’s virtuoso. It happens at a service station general store, which may sound platitude, however the rapper makes a scene like no other, conveying sharp and amusing visuals.
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I don’t gotta write ’cause the voices in my head tell me what I’m finna say, every word I ever said N***as gangbanging, then they running to the feds Checking into rehab, never took my meds Real street n***a putting money on your head I don’t got a friend ’cause like all my n***as dead