Usually, I smile at the lyrics of rap songs. They make me laugh. “I run into these arms like Drano.” “Open up your Mac Book; put me on your lap.” So clever. But, I did a double take on Jamie Foxx’s “Blame it” when T-Pain says, “I’ma take a shot of Nuvo.” Nuvo. The pink, irrefutable pink substance is his preference.
Despite the Barbie in a glass display, rappers think they gain awesome points by portraying a bottle….or 50 of Nuvo in their music videos. While some place it in the background other singers feel that they need to do more than drink pink. They need to zoom in on the shape of the bottle like they usually would a woman’s curves. Who knew French champagne would be the new man’s drink?
Check out Posner’s game. Or perhaps “Lovely,” which is only as good as the intro when they are sipping on Nuvo.
Wale unravels the bottle as if it was better than a woman’s frame.
A couple of takes of Nuvo in “Right Round” barely leverage this video from the mundane and cheap disco ball stage. Flo Rida did a better job with “Who Dat Girl.” Pain drinks the beverage in, “The Game.”
Nuvo is the only choice of beverage at the party in “By My Side.”
Kanye West and T-Pain clink Nuvo like bottles of bud in “Go Hard.”
Though not the main drink, Nuvo makes quite the appearance in “One More Drink.”
Random appearances are made in “Break Up” almost as if Mario is toasting to his new state.
While the lyrics include “sipping on this gin,”All I Do is Win” features Nuvo, which contrasts their black and white attire.
“Down on Me,” by Jeremih.
But the most overdone display of Nuvo goes to T-Pain in his video, “Rap Song.”