The 'Both of Us' rapper gets pixelated into black-and-white dots in the clip, which unfortunately doesn't feature his OutKast rapper collaborator.
A music video for B.o.B's new song "Play the Guitar" has been made available for fans' viewing pleasure. Presenting a creative futuristic concept, the clip shows various objects getting pixelated into black-and-white dots. Though Andre Benjamin a.k.a Andre 3000 is featured in the song, the OutKast rapper doesn't make an appearance in the visuals.
Produced by Salaam Remi, "Play the Guitar" was initially recorded for B.o.B.'s second studio effort "Strange Clouds". However, the song failed to make the final cut. The song, which samples Drake's "Fancy", placed ninety eight on Billboard Hot 100 on its debut weekend after being released on January 14.
B.o.B himself has recently filmed a music video for his next single "Out of My Mind", which features Nicki Minaj. The new clip is expected to premiere in the weeks ahead. As for Andre 3000, he's just wrapped the filming of Jimi Hendrix biopic called "All Is by My Side", which will likely be released sometime in 2014.
B.o.B's "Play the Guitar" Music Video Feat. Andre 3000