After dropping off their Janktape Vol. 1 project in April, Buddy and Kent Jamz are back with an official music video for the album cut “Bad Boys.” The rappers embody a number of bad-boy personas throughout the visual, which was directed by Edgar Esteves, reimagining iconic scenes from Beavis and Butt-Head, Pulp Fiction and more.
Buddy and Kent Jamz start the flick off with an animated take on Beavis and Butt-Head’s signature couch moments before reliving a hot-box smoking session from stoner comedians Cheech & Chong. Before the video is over the duo references other epic characters from the likes of Don’t Be A Menace To South Central While Sippin’ Your Juice In The Hood, Step Brothers and as the title suggests, Bad Boys. Watch the theatrical take now in the player above.
Elsewhere for Buddy, he recently called out America’s appropriation of Black culture on the single “Black 2,” which he shared earlier this month. Meanwhile, both he and Kent Jamz linked up with J.I.D. last summer to feature on BJ the Chicago Kid’s 1123 track “Get Away.”
For more in music, check out DaBaby and Roddy Ricch’s “Rockstar” video.