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Hip-Hop’s most beloved paper plane pilots – Curren$y, Trademark Da Skydiver & Young Roddy – touch down with a new visual for their breakthrough single, “Plan of Attack.” The original members of Jet Life trek through all terrain, as they hit the road in exotic vehicles and take to the skies in a private jet in the GT Films directed visual. The official video for “Plan of Attack” premiered today via WorldstarHipHop.
With the release of today’s video, the trio has announced that their full-length album entitled Plan of Attack, which will be available worldwide via Babygrande Records, will coincide with a nationwide tour this fall (dates to be announced shortly). As RapRadar suggests, "they're well prepared for a 2019 takeover."
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