Bas, Cozz, Yung Baby Tate, Buddy, and Guapdad 4000 Share "Don't Hit Me Right Now" Music Video

Revisiting last year’s ‘Revenge of the Dreamers III.’

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Dreamville is revisiting last year’s Revenge of the Dreamers III with a new video for the ultra-stacked bop “Don’t Hit Me Right Now,” which sees rappers Bas, Cozz, Yung Baby Tate, Buddy, and Guapdad 4000 laying down some carefree bars about ignoring calls in order to continue working. Aptly giving the GRAMMY-nominated project a fresh bit of momentum, the Tyler Sobel-Mason-directed video showcases the artists through various perspective-altering edits.

The new offering follows last month’s videos for Cozz, REASON, and Childish Major’s “Lambo Truck” as well as Ari Lennox’s “BUSSIT.” The label-meets-collective also dropped off the deluxe version of the project in January, which included twelve new tracks.

Catch the visual for “Don’t Hit Me Right Now” above.

For more music videos, don’t miss Rina Sawayama’s visual for “Bad Friend.”

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