In the video for his polished, pop-appealing, down-low paper-stacking anthem “Keep It on a Low,” major label South London rapper Dot Rotten literally goes to a paper stacking factory. Can everybody do this from now on? “Underground Kings” shot in Drake’s uncle’s unfinished “bachelor den” basement, Juvenile and Rick Ross can meet in the marketing department of Florida Power and Light. “Keep It on a Low” benefits from a super rich beat produced by TMS and a finely-textured video directed by Luke + Barber. The single is out now on iTunes.
Video: Dot Rotten, “Keep It on a Low”
POSTED November 10, 2011 1:45PM IN MUSIC VIDEO