Rio Da Yung Og and Louie Ray Drop Amped Up Track "Movie"

The latest from the Flint, Michigan rappers.

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Rio Da Yung Og and Louie Ray have collaborated on a new song titled “Movie.” For Rio, its a follow-up to his recent feature on Drakeo The Ruler’s Thank You For Using GTL.

The new track comes with a candidly shot music video set amidst Rio and Ray’s suburban Flint neighborhood. Measuring at approximately three minutes and a half, the song is driven by booming 808s that seamlessly blend with Rio and Ray’s charismatic Auto City-inflected flows. Sharp wind chimes are interspersed throughout the beat, filling in as syncopated accents that complement the song’s steady snares. Beyond the amped-up bars, the duo comes through with one notable line, “I rather pay your student loans off, I’m not a Birkin getter,” standing out among the rest of the duo’s candid delivery.

Scroll above to watch Rio Da Yung Og and Louie Ray’s music video for the track “Movie.”

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