Rihanna and A$AP Rocky MARRY each other in DMB music video as he thanks his pregnant ‘lady’ for motivating him to the direct the clip
Rihanna and A$AP Rocky get hitched in the Harlem-bred rapper’s latest music video for the song D.M.B, which stands for ‘dat’s my b**ch.’
The two are seen kissing as she has on a red wedding dress and veil and he sports a black suit. He flashes a grill that says ‘Marry Me’ and she has a grill too; hers says ‘I Do.’
The 33-year-old music artist took to Instagram on Thursday to alert fans to the release of the self-directed video, which was shot last year. ‘PROUD 2 ANNOUNCE MY DIRECTORIAL DEBUT D.M.B. VIDEO OUT NOW!!!’ he wrote in a caption.
Art imitating life? Rihanna and A$AP Rocky get hitched in the Harlem-bred rapper’s latest music video for the song D.M.B
A$AP shared two stills from the video in his post, and also included a promotional poster titled A Ghetto Love Tale.
He continued in the caption, ‘THANK$ 2 ALL INVOLVED WHO HELPED & $PECIAL THANK$ 2 MY LADY FOR THE MOTIVATION & ROLE.’
The upload was quickly liked by hundreds of thousands of his 14.7 million followers on the popular app.
The first snapshot showed the expectant parents sitting on a fire escape in his and hers neon-colored fur fashion pieces.
Social media post: The 33-year-old music artist took to Instagram on Thursday to alert fans to the release of the self-directed video, which was shot last year
The Bajan pop singer, who’s now in the third trimester of her high-profile pregnancy, grinned in the image, showing off a gold grill.
She was clad in a bright pink coat as the two looked up at the camera. For his part, Rocky – real name Rakim Mayers – wore a lime green trapper hat.
He sported a pair of sunglasses and draped his neck in multiple gold chains.
The dad-to-be added ripped light blue jeans and a pair of classic Timberland boots, a New York fashion staple.
Artsy: The poster image was designed to have a vintage feel, and featured lyrics from the track in quotations
The poster image was designed to have a vintage feel, and featured lyrics from the track in quotations.
One line was stylized to read ‘Dat$ mah b!$h,’ which is what the title’s initials stand for.
Another line said, ‘Roll my blunt,’ appropriately placed, as the twosome are featured rolling and smoking joints throughout the nearly five-minute production.