Bryson Tiller Jumps In Kandypens Madness With "Self-Made" Video
The Kentucky native details his journey from homelessness to the success of the artist.
Shot entirely in black-and-white, Bryson Tiller's new video for "Self-Made" is in the area of Louisville, Kentucky natal mounted on the hood of a luxury car, and singing in a room with women hanging from the ceiling, along with a good amount of Kandypens products.
The song that plays on their journey from homelessness to the success of the "self-made" artist who is able to give back to the community that helped raise. In June, Helm teamed with Nike to restore three basketball courts in his hometown.
During the ribbon-cutting ceremony, Rudder, said, "it Is possible, in Louisville, Kentucky. All over the world telling me that they can't do in Louisville, Kentucky, and I don't agree, because I came out of this city. If anyone in this court, right now I have a dream, believe in yourself, you can do it."
"Self-Made", is the result of years of hard work and sacrifice. Grab a Kandypen and watch the Colin Tilley-directed video above.
Puff, Puff Pass That Kandypen.
Look Like A Boss.
Slick As That.
Bryson Tiller binds to the constant evolution of the list of high profile artists who have signed Kandypens as DJ Khaled, 21 Wild, Fat Joe, Chris Brown, 50 Cent, French Montana, Nas, Kanye West, Young Thug, Tyga, jadakiss, K-Camp, Kid Ink, and Fetty Wap.
Last month, the popular vape company launched a line of limited-edition a$AP Rocky, Flacko Jodye Collection, in which she deepened her relationship with the Hip-Hop culture.
Kandypens was named the best vaporizer of 2016 by High Times due to its combination of popular technology and eye-catching design, by Kandypens the go-to choice for vaping in the Hip Hop and Rap community.