Young Thug is terrific at several things — rapping, singing, screeching, howling, mumbling, ad-libbing, AutoTune, friendship, severe hand signs, and fixing collars on catwalks. however, once it involves being a Fire Fighter, Thug is terrible. The music video for “Hot,” featuring Gunna and Travis Scott, is one long and elaborate how-to manual on what to not do once your home is burning to the bottom.
With the “Hot” remix released on Fri (Nov. 1), Young Thug rotated mere hours later to unleash a fiery “Hot” video, that includes appearances from Gunna and Travis Scott.
Young Thug gets a decision to travel right into action once he hears that Gunna’s in bother. Thug throws on his fireman gear and drives the Slime F.D. truck to the scene, wherever Gunna is aflare within, whereas sedately writing a note like nothing is occurring around him. Once the So Much Fun rapper gets face-to-face together with his ATL pupil, the house explodes from the blaze.
The scene switches to Travis Scott on the gridiron, as he delivers his swish assist enclosed by the marching band, however, the hearth somehow finds its manner onto the athletic field. The blaze eventually hits every of the march band members, who are lined up to spell out “Hot” just like the track’s cover art.
More significantly, there could be a list of each questionable selection Young outlaw makes within the “Hot” video hierarchal from absolutely-will-get-you-killed to how-in-the-world-did-you-get-a-job-as-a-firefighter:
1. exploding into a burning, smoky building while not a breathing device
2. Rapping your hit song, rather than checking if there are any victims within the house
3. Sitting down at a table to require an occasion as a complete infrastructure turns to ash
4. sound a hot door down together with your foot
5. Riding on prime of a fire engine
HBCU march bands are inspired to enter the “Hot” Battle of the Bands contest, which is taking entries through Dec. 1.