Ro Spit "Put This On My Life" Video Ft. Jwan

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Ro Spit, who is easily Pontiac's flashiest rapper of all time, is back again with a brand new video off his stellar release, The Glass Ceiling Project. It's not surprising that the Burn Rubber co-owner turned to director Gerard Victor for the visuals considering the two have worked together for quite awhile.

The video is for the song "Put This on my Life" and it's one of the more smooth, melodic tunes on the album. Viewers will quickly notice this video was shot on the Las Vegas strip and that Ro looks mighty comfortable in a Ferrari. Maybe he'll don that as his new wheels since his other car was unfortunately stolen two months ago. Even though the Las Vegas setting comes off a little over the top at first, it actually fits as there really isn't anywhere in Detroit that this shoot would have worked considering the lyrics to the song. And there's nothing wrong with going on location.

Check out the video below and feel free to download The Glass Ceiling Project gratis now or cop it on iTunes.


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