Bas Releases New Music Video With J.Cole 


( ENSPIRE Entertainment ) “Passport Bros” Music Video Shows Rappers Traveling the World

ENSPIRE Contributor: Ana Luque

Earlier this week, superstar rappers, Bas and J.Cole released a new music video for their new hit single, “Passport Bros”. This isn’t the first time these two have collaborated, they have been working together and creating music since 2019. They have released amazing tracks such as “Tribe” and “The Jackie.” Now in 2023, they have released their new collaboration, “Passport Bros.” The music video shows both rappers traveling the world from Tokyo to Barcelona as they party, dance, and live lavishly. 

“The whole video is meant to be a ride along for fans and provide a look into Bas and J. Cole’s lives as they travel the world,” said Director Simon Chasalow. “The two of them have been doing this for over a decade. When they first started making music, a lot of their videos were simple “run and gun” style fun visuals. We wanted to keep that same real energy present. The result is a fun video that focuses on real moments between Bas and his closest friends.”

The music video was produced by Parallel Studios, and it was filmed in Resorts World Las Vegas. The resort served as the backdrop to take viewers on a trip across the world, featuring hotspots like Awana Spa, Kusa Nori, Eight Lounge, Zouk Nightclub, and the resort’s vibrant casino floor. See if you can spot all the locations in the music video! 

The music video is now available to stream, watch, and listen to on YouTube. During the short time it has been released it has already amassed over 600k views! 

“Passport Bros” is Bas’s third single, following “Diamonds” and “Blood Sweat & Tears,” which was featured in the movie “Creed III.” Here at ENSPIRE we can’t wait to see what else we’ll see from Bas this year. 

“Passport Bros” and Bas’s other hits are available in all music streaming services. Keep up and follow Bas and J. Cole on their Instagram @bas and @realcoleworld

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