ScHoolboy Q featuring BJ The Chicago Kid – Studio

ScHoolboy Q's album was primarily a brooding, hazy ode to the grisly south central streets he grew up in, but "Studio" --  his collaboration with crooner BJ The Chicago Kid -- was an outlier that spoke more to the "groovy" side of Q's "groovy gangsta" persona. For the song's visual, Q basically enacts the lustful lyrics of the track, as the rapper is depicted working in the studio as his tattooed, scantily-clad lust interest awaits for him somewhere else. Towards the end there is reconciliation though, and Q appears to come out on top. Take a look at the video above.

By: Patrick Montes / Music Videos / April 22, 2014 / 3748 Views
  • Oki

    Can anyone recommend me a good brand of headphones? I'm out of ideas.

  • james

    beats by dre

  • !

    marshall headphones

  • I am who I am

    NSFW ?

  • Dan

    Black and White, It's Art.

  • Lucas Ross

    One of the few decent songs from that disappointing album. Sidenote - Nice nips.

  • humswank

    you're an idiot.

  • VillanousVillain

    monster DNA


    beside the nipples, very dull video

  • KNZO

    audio technica mth50 are the best bang for your buck.
    for others, check out cnet or marques brownlee on YT.

  • I am who I am

    I'm not saying it's not art or I disagree with it. I'm saying someone at work may not want titties on the screen while they're at work. Usually there's a NSFW warning.