Listen: Lil Wayne & Charlie Puth Pair Up in Surprisingly Inventive Video for 'Nothing But Trouble'
Lil Wayne and Charlie Puth have released the music video for 'Nothing But Trouble,' the first single from the soundtrack of an upcoming documentary.
'808: The Film,' tells the story of the Roland TR-808 drum machine.
Say what you will about Lil Wayne's decline in the last couple of years, but that doesn't mean he still can't dish out good music.
Puth's meteoric rise has also provoked conversation, achieving success after featuring in Wiz Khalifa's 'See You Again,' which capitalised from the death of Paul Walker.
Nevertheless, 'Nothing But Trouble' is a wildly intriguing song; combining Puth's haunting voice and a hip-hop beat that Lil Wayne can't resist jumping onto.
In the video, women are ambitious "Instagram models," doing whatever they can to achieve success. As the minutes go on, the 3D women are compressed into 2D cardboard cutouts. I'm not gonna lie, a torrent of 2D women circling Wayne and Puth can be disorientating, but it's a song that tells a story, doing so in a way that keeps me listening to the song and watching the MV over and over.