Watch RiFF RaFF and Far East Movement Update 'Office Space' in 'The Illest' Video

Rap Game Mail Carrier goes postal with pals on Wallpaper-produced blitz

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Far East Movement once had a hit called "Like a G6." Now they're collaborating with RiFF RaFF, which says much more about the relevancy of the famously corn-rowed Texas-bred MC than it does Los Angeles-based party-rap gang. New single "The Illest" features the unlikely EDM pioneers going full skronk over a beat co-authored by our recent premiere pal Wallpaper. (via "RRiR"), while the Mike Clattenburg-directed video above depicts a blindingly drab office getting invaded by the pranking posse in a manner that nods to Office Space if not Workaholics. The clip is a step up in budget for RiFF RaFF, whose most recent video for "Mr. Popular" appeared to have cost $100. Though if his $10 million suit of James Franco (or is it Spring Breakers?) is successful, he'll have a lot more cash on hand. Meanwhile, Wallpaper.'s Ricky Reed Is Real was released today.

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