How’s this for niggas in Paris? Well not exactly, but recently The Throne’s hit (explicit at that) was used in
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Two months later, we still follow VOYR backstage to last year’s successful tour with footage of
Tuck ya whole bids in. Initially, The Throne’s Maybach used in their “Otis” video was expected to sell at least for $100K. Instead, it was sold for $60K in 5 minutes at the Phillips de Pury event in New York on Thursday. The nonfunctional vehicle, which was valued $300K, was sold as artwork with portions of the sale going towards the Save The Children foundation. Good cause for a cheaper price. thesource
From the Staples Center to the Amway Center, it’s niggas in Orlando. And kicking off the NBA All-Star Saturday Night festivities, The Throne’s latest video
The show continues on.
For those who would’ve preferred the video shot in Paris, here’s The Throne’s hit mashed-up with scenes from the film, Midnight In Paris. Tres bien?
“I met a red-bone, I took the girl home/I asked her what she wanna watch, she said, ‘Surely not The Throne’” During the YMCMB pre-Grammys party at Paramount Studios last night, Tune gave a moment of silence for Whitney Houston and announced signing Christina Milian. At the 3:50 mark, he also tosses a pebble Jay and ‘Ye’s way. Oy vey. Surley, Weezy will be the next contestant on that Summer Jam screen. More footage from the festivities below.