Legendary American Hip-Hop duo Rae Sremmurd has finally released the visual treatment to “Not So Bad (Lean’s Gone Cold)”. Directed by Miami, Florida-bred filmmaker Michael Gilbert, the visuals arrive after Sremmurd previewed the music video shoot in May this year.
“Not So Bad (Lean’s Gone Cold)” is the fourth rap record on Rae Sremmurd’s latest Mike Will Made It-produced LP “Sremm 4 Life”.
Besides the hard-hitting track, their 4th studio album is home to numerous feature-heavy rap records including “Royal Flush” featuring Young Thug, “Activate” featuring Future, “Tanisha (Pump That)” featuring Pharrell Williams & more. I fact, Sremmurd’s latest music video feature an appearance by legendary rapper, record producer and songwriter Post Malone as well.
Interestingly, “Not So Bad (Leans Gone Cold)” draws inspiration from Eminem’s historic rap record “Stan” featuring Dido. Rae Sremmurd is the second Hip-Hop act to adapt an Eminem record after Lyrical Lemonade’s recent single “Doomsday” featuring Cordae and Juice WRLD.
Watch the “Not So Bad (Lean’s Gone Cold) music video by Rae Sremmurd here.
Listen to Rae Sremmurd’s latest album “Sremm 4 Life” here via Spotify.