In just under three minutes, the video features the Georgia native as his four-legged companion. In the visuals, 2 Chainz is seen dabbling in some mushrooms, which he adds to his morning smoothie, evidently giving him a hallucinogenic boost. Next, the rapper switches bodies with his dog, Trappy S. Goyard, signaling the true start of the video. Throughout the rest of the video 2 Chainz’s head is seen attached to Trappy’s body and vice versa.
As the video unravels, the dog-version of 2 Chainz replicates in tenfolds, seemingly recreating the possible multi-vision imagination from taking hallucinogens. 2 Chainz appears to be having a blast, hanging out with a female love interest and dancing with the mailman. The video ends as 2 Chainz snaps back into reality and he and Trappy revert back to their original bodies.
Check out 2 Chainz’s video for “Grey Area” up top.
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