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Las Vegas artist Baby Keem shares official visual for ‘Honest’: Watch

Today, eighteen-year-old rapper Baby Keem shares a new music video for ‘Honest’, a song off of his latest, much talked about release: Die for My Bitch. For Keem’s latest music video, he linked with rising director James R Weneta, a protégé of Dave Meyers, and the result is a stunning visual showcasing an earnest side of a young artist about to take the world by storm.

The video arrives on the heels of Baby Keem’s new project ‘Die for My Bitch’, which dropped earlier this month to an extraordinary range of fanfare. ‘Die for My Bitch’ is Baby Keem’s fourth release over the past year, following his impressive 2018 entrance with his three solo back-to-back projects including EP’s ‘No Name’ and ‘Hearts & Darts’ plus The Sound of Bad Habit. ‘Die for My Bitch’ is executive produced by Baby Keem, with some co-production appearances from Kal Banx, Keanu Beats, DJ Dahi, Cardo and more.


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