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Houston rapper Rocky Banks Channels ’80s Workout Videos, Takes Shots at Trump in “Tony Hawk”

Rocky Banks - Tony Hawk (Music Video)

Rocky Banks – Tony Hawk (Music Video)

Coming straight out of Houston, the young upstart known as Rocky Banks takes it back to the 80’s with his new visual Tony Hawk named after the famed skateboarder. He also takes shots at Donald Trump. Read more about the new music video:

Rhyming with uncommon wit and stark honesty, Houston rapper Rocky Banks raps to show off his skills and tell his life story. Rhyming over a disorienting, whirling dervish of chimes and xylophones, Rocky flexes on his come-up on “Tony Hawk.” Weaving shots at Donald Trump within his dizzying array of boasts and tongue-twisters, Rocky Banks proves his formidable skill in the new single. Premiered by EARMILK, “Tony Hawk” is the latest video from Big Little Brother, which tells the story of Rocky’s life as a rising rapper and a recovering drug addict, following the creative video for “Through The Phone,” premiered by HipHopDX earlier this month. Featuring appearances from Ripp Flamez, LVFromCle, Mufasa Enzor, Big Brandon Willis and Tiara Jewel, Big Little Brother, releasing on February 5th, places Rocky Banks in an esteemed lineage of self-aware street rappers.

While you’re at it, after checking out Tony Hawk be sure to check out the video Through the Phone which dropped earlier this month. Let us know what you think in the comments down below.

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