Kyle and Lil Yachty Are Babies in Playful Visual for “iSpy”

Kyle and Lil Yachty Are Babies in Playful Visual for “iSpy”

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posted by at Apr 7, 2017 at 7:22 pm
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Kyle and Lil Yachty’s track “iSpy” has been hitting the charts since its release last year. The music video directed by Colin Tilley, features the two embarking in some summer fun, sitting in the sand as babies, surrounded by gorgeous women. The video ends with them standing on a pirate ship. Though the playful video doesn’t make much sense, it matches up with the fun lyrics in the song, “I spy with my little eye / A girlie I can get ’cause she don’t get too many likes / A curly-headed cutie I can turn into my wife / Wait, that means forever, ever, hold up, never mind.”

The California rapper spoke with Billboard about his collaborations with Lil Yachty, giving him well deserved praise. He stated, “He knows what’s hot right now. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that he’s on this song and on “Broccoli” and on these other songs. I think he hears a song and he knows. He gets hit up a lot to do features and he’s only on the songs that turn into smashes. It’s a skill he has. He knows what’s cracking. Lil Yachty is culture king right now.”

After his share of successes, including a feature with Chance The Rapper and praise from Gucci Mane, Kyle is still killing it with his track sitting on the Billboard Hot 100 at number five. Kyle refuses to let the fame get to his head as he opened up about it earlier with Billboard. The “Remember Me” rapper stated that the success of the song is “Pretty freaking awesome, not going to lie. I always try to do the humble thing, even when it’s fake humble, you know what I mean? But I really haven’t been able to do that about this. It’s a great feeling, [but] kind of weird. I’ve always been such an album driven artist that I never really stopped to think about how cool it would be to just have one really big song. So now that that’s actually happening for me I’m super appreciative of it.”

Photography via Billboard