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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Watch Roach Gigz's "Gina" Video: He Has Something Else For Your Mouth

Posted By on Wed, Sep 28, 2011 at 2:34 PM

Hey Gina, Roah Gigz requests your attention.
  • Hey Gina, Roah Gigz requests your attention.

Oh, that Roachy Balboa. Of all the tracks on S.F. rapper Roach Gigz's new Bitch I'm a Player EP that make us grin, we're extremely glad he chose "Gina" to illustrate a new video. We just love it when rap songs with lyrics that describe a scene then get videos that portray that scene with exacting precision!

And especially this song, which has Gigz innocently (gulp) riding around the city with a friend, only to have his attention yanked away by a member of the female persuasion named Gina, who just happened to be walking down a San Francisco street. Gigz gets her number of course, takes off, gets pulled over by the cops, and continues on with his beat-thumping San Francisco day. We won't spoil the end for you, but the suggestion is that Gigz and Gina meet again; both the song and video end with, shall we say, a lengthy exploration of one whiny-voiced local rapper's oral fixation.

Watch Roach Gigz's new video, "Gina," after the jump.



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