The rapper delivers a psychedelic visual for his latest single.
Florida rapper Ski Mask The Slump God already boasts over 43 million streams of his single "Faucet Failure" on Spotify and now he's released a visual for his popular track. Directed and edited by Cole Bennett, the music video is a colorful, yet minimalist, psychedelic explosion...and there's definitely an ostrich. Ski Mask The Slump God, real name Stokeley Clevon Goulbourne, released his album, Stokeley, a few months back in November 2018. The 13-track debut includes a handful of features including Lil Yachty, Juice Wrld, Austin Lam, and Lil Baby.
When he was younger, Ski Mask The Slump God was sent to a juvenile detention center where he would later meet late rapper XXXTentacion. The artists would go on to collaborate musically after they were released. "I feel like he knew he was gonna die," Ski Mask The Slump God said about his friend. "So basically, when he died, it’s not like it told me to step up, because I already knew what I could be. But I just felt like now, I have him, with his hand on my shoulder whenever I need it. So it’s like, anytime that I feel like I need to jump an obstacle, he’s gonna help me jump those extra two inches. And every time I need to feel good about myself, he’s gonna put his energy and help me to see that, to see something good.”