Fresh off the release his No. 1 album Hoodie SZN, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie has dropped the music video for album highlight "Look Back at It."
The video starts off with a tribute to Michael Jackson's iconic "Black or White" video, with Backpack Kid taking the place of Macaulay Culkin. Come to think of it, there's probably an idea here for a 2019 reboot of Home Alone, wherein Kevin McCallister just plays Fortnite while his parents are away. The video then takes a sharp left turn, with Backpack Kid and Boogie going back to school. Complete with high school drama and some flossing thrown in for good measure, it's clear that these dudes had as much fun making this video as we're having watching it.
It's been a banner start to the year for Boogie, whose second studio album debuted atop the Billboard charts despite setting the record for the fewest copies sold by a No. 1 album. With only 823 digital copies of the album sold, almost all of the near-60,000 album-equivalent units came from streaming. It's worth pointing out that the numbers were likely as low as they were because the album hadn't been released to physical retailers.
But it wasn't all good news for Boogie, after he was accused of scamming a 19-year-old sneaker reseller over 50 pairs of sneakers. The rapper has since said that he had nothing to do with the incident and has apologized to the teenager.