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The black-and-white visuals features the Cleveland rapper hitting various places and talking about being the best in the game.
MGK is named Woodie of the Year, Earl Sweatshirt takes home Breaking Woodie, while duo Macklemore and Ryan Lewis grabs Branching Out Woodie.
The Bad Boy record label artist debuts the music video in support of his new collaboration track with rap mogul Diddy.
MGK says he did nothing wrong when delivering a short set at the Microsoft store at the Lenox Square mall, insisting that he 'meant no disrespect.'
Featuring Ester Dean, the clip offers plenty of dramatic scenes including a neighborhood brawl, an unwanted pregnancy and more.
In the reworked version of the 1998 single, the 'Wild Boy' rapper spits additional verses that tell about his struggle to achieve his goal.
Talking about how the Bad Boy Records boss reacted to news of his Sunday, January 29 arrest, the 'Wild Boy' rapper says, 'He's, like, playful with it, but there's a serious tone behind.'
'The weirdest part of it was how many inmates in there knew who I was,' the 'Wild Boy' rapper tweets about his Sunday, January 29 arrest after being released on $100 bond.