Mac Miller Debuts 'Gee' Music Video Featuring ScHoolBoy Q


Mac Miller Debuts 'Gee' Music Video Featuring ScHoolBoy Q
Directed and produced by IllRoots, the video sees the Pittsburgh rapper having a bottle of beer while riding his bike through the street.


Mac Miller has just dropped a music video for his collaboration with ScHoolBoy Q, "Gee". Directed and produced by IllRoots, the nearly-three-minute video opens with Miller having a bottle of beer while riding his BMX through the suburbs.

The video also sees some close-ups of a praying mantis, some weird mirrored image shots and other visual treats. Miller is then seen sipping his beer on a rooftop while ScHoolBoy is staying in the driveway, sipping his own beer and eating El Pollo Loco.

Previously, Miller took to Twitter to promote his new music video. "The Gees Video Monday. Shot by @ILLROOTS, starring me, an evil version of me, @ScHoolBoyQ & a praying mantis," he wrote on July 6. A day later, ILLRoots also teased fans with a snippet of the new video via Vine.

"Gee" is featured on the 21-year-old rapper's latest album, "Watching Movies With the Sound Off", which was released last month.

Mac Miller's "Gee" (feat. ScHoolBoy Q) music video

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