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Young Thug's New Video Pays Tribute to Late Queer Photographer Ren Hang


The rapper's "All The Time" video is directed by Daps, who's previously worked with Kendrick Lamar and Stormzy.

Young Thug's new music video pays tribute to queer photographer Ren Hang, who died earlier this year. The short film for "All The Time," directed by Daps, appears to be your typical ode to luxurious excess, but imagery presented in the clip points to a more layered message.

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Over Instagram, the director explained that "Setups inspired by artist Ren Hang," referring to various shots in the film, such as a woman sitting in another's lap, evocative of Hang's work:

Daps, a former NCAA athlete, has previously worked with artists like Kendrick Lamar, Wizkid and Stormzy. While Young Thug isn't the first person we'd think to pay tribute to Hang, both were self-made artists, so the pairing seems to appropriate. The Atlanta rapper also released a new song today on Frank Ocean's Blonded radio show, called "Slide on Me."

Take a look at the video, below:

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