On September 7th, 2011, hip hop artists Six Reasons & Too Short released a trailer for their upcoming music video entitled “Raindance”. Well this past weekend Six Reasons and Too Short dropped the music video for their anticipated single “Raindance” and it is full of energy and a new hip hop sound. Check out the video below:
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About Six Reasons:
After gaining popularity by speaking his mind on the current state of hip hop in “Fat Lady,” rapper Six Reasons is showing no signs of slowing down. 50 Cent, Busta Rhymes and G-Unit to his name, Six Reasons has made his way onto the scene with a mission to bring back real West Coast hip hop. In his latest release, “Drug Money,” Six Reasons joined forces with Choc Nitty to create a track that represents the real struggles of street life.