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J.R. Infinity – Hello [Video]

Toronto, ON – Toronto rapper J.R. Infinity recently dropped visuals for his track “Hello” off his December-released official debut Addiction EP.

J.R. gets straight to the point, here. He’s hungry and he means business: “Hello/ Hello/ They know I’m ’bout the paper.” The video delivers a serious commentary about the mindset and priorities of a rap cat on the come-up – J.R. wants to get that money and fame, and he’s not going to waste his time on the people who don’t understand that he’s ’bout the paper. The video was directed by Danny Snow (Sunset 6 Production). Check it out after the jump.

J.R. Infinity - Hello [Video] - HipHopCanada.com

The visuals start off with a shot of some dime rolling around on the floor and being all sexy sexy-pants. Then the video cuts to a shot of J.R.’s supremely sad face. Y’all probably already know what the dude is sad, right? Because despite the fact that the woman is right there in front of him, he’s already married to the love of his craft and the hustle for success. He’s got his mind on the paper bills.

He probably introduces himself to girls by whipping out a smooth icebreaker like, “Hello/ Hello/ You know I’m bout the paper.”

He spends the rest of the video sitting on a couch and delivering his bars while this girl is obviously trying to get him to pay some attention to her. But dude’s got his mind on his money, and money on his mind.


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