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Thursday, May 12, 2011

Prince Aries, DaVinci, SanQuinn, and Matt Blaque Take a Ride in "Clean Ass Whip"

Posted By on Thu, May 12, 2011 at 3:22 PM

click to enlarge S.F. rappers can make driving-around videos, too!
  • S.F. rappers can make driving-around videos, too!

We told you last week about the new mixtape from Bay Area hip-hop DJ Prince Aries, titled Clean Ass Whip. (The short version: It's a local rap mixtape, and it's good.) Today arrived the video for the mix's title cut, a flush, laid-back rhyme featuring S.F. rappers DaVinci, SanQuinn, and Matt Blaque that makes us really wish we owned any kind of whip -- clean-ass or not -- to ride in.

Our car envy exploded after a few views of this video, which has DaVinci and crew "rolling around" S.F. in a gorgeous '69 (?) Chevy Malibu convertible and posturing proudly beside their beloved assemblages of sheet metal. (Also featured: A maroon Impala with gigantic rims and a Corvette.)

Wait, you didn't think S.F. rappers owned cars? Turns out, they do. Clean-ass ones, even, which they drive with great satisfaction around this fair city of ours. (Sigh.) But seriously, enjoy this:

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