Along with a confrontation-free Birthday Bash concert in Atlanta, this weekend brought three new Gucci Mane videos at once, which normally we'd assume to be like getting shot in the eyeballs with a lemonade-filled watergun. The clips however, though all directed by Mr. Boomtown, don't seem to extend much further than their song titles. "I Think I Love Her," which can be found as "White Girl" (featuring Esther Dean) on any number of Gucci mixtapes, is Gucci playing chess on an oversized board in some sort of traphouse backroom, the "her" in question being the queen piece, presumably. For "She Got A Friend," a song featuring Juelz and Big Boi, he made a video about making a video, possibly rendering the show, Making The Video, completely obsolete. Then there's "Photo Shoot," a standout from Gucci's breakout Gangsta Grillz tape, which is, unfortunately, just a photo shoot. Now it may have been that, like their bundled release, he got a three-for-one deal on the package, but with the right direction, we know what Gucci is capable of. Watch the videos for "She Got A Friend" and "Photo Shoot" after the jump.
June 22, 2009