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Queens Rapper Otis Clapp Takes Account Of Fake Friends In ‘Fake Love’ Video

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Otis Clapp’s dark alter ego, Quentin Ballantino, takes account of phony friends on “Fake Love.” Today (10/16/2018), the Nyenteenatey2-directed music video for the Quentin EP standout is premiered by HipHopDX.

“This is my way of nonchalantly telling my fake ‘friends’ to eat a frank.” – Otis Clapp

The “Fake Love” visual is the fourth music video from Otis Clapp’s new Quentin EP, released in August of this year. Entirely produced by Ricky Vaughn, Quentin serves as the follow-up to Clapp’s 2017 Helen Keller project. With a darker tone, Quentin covers the rapper’s struggles with mental health, ruminations of death, and more. Learn more about Clapp’s writing process on the EP here.

Purchase/stream Quentin here: https://goo.gl/QqnVZh

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