"Neon Freedom" may set record for wardrobe changes in a video
Call him what you want — Jody Highroller, rap game King Tut, braid-sporting brand-tatted weirdo — but the Houston-hailing semi-based, sorta-trap rapper known as RiFF RaFF is more than a flash in the pan. He's as persistent as a pack of bed bugs and at least twice as talented.
The Mad Decent-signed artist's latest missive comes in video form: a remix of Major Lazer's "Get Free" that he's redubbed "Neon Freedom." The clip features a couple of video babes bouncing around while RiFF RaFF lounges on a Harley hog and goes through an astounding number of wardrobe changes.
The first lines: "In this game, I'm Thomas Clark / Shark waves on the back of my hand / Is sugar-coated in gold and ice / I'm golden, I have glowing eyes / Passenger has golden thighs." Could he possibly have meant Clark Tom, a South African man who saved his son from a shark attack?
Explore this and other mysteries of the
human RiFF RaFF mind below.