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1999 Write the Future’s Warren Hue Goes Skiing in Offset-Assisted ‘Slopes’ Video: Watch

1999 The Future’s Warren Hue laced up some skis for the first time to hit the “SLOPES” with Offset for their snowy visual.

The 88 Rising artist recruited Offset for the thumping “SLOPES” last week, and Hue took a ski lift to cruise down the mountain for a pair of woozy verses.

“I need a crib up in Soho, New Yorkie like Biggie/ I trеated ‘Chella like that sh– no biggiе/ Still got the pac, hella smoke in my city/ Hit from the back, now you texting you miss me/ B—h, I got bands and it’s stuck in my pants, woah/ Feel me? Pockets they dancin’ like Britney,” he raps with a salute to the “Toxic” singer.

Hue gave fans a peek behind the curtain of the Mamesjao-directed video, which finds the use of a green screen allowing him to execute all kinds of flips and ski tricks without having to lift a foot.

The Indonesian rapper then passes his skis to Offset who doesn’t appear in the trippy visual but still delivers a pair of hard-hitting verses. The Migos rapper predicts his next album will top the Billboard charts and manifests an upcoming arena tour.

“Album going number one, I could taste it (Number one)/ I was born up a star, I’m an alien (Star)/ I’ma sell out arenas and the stadiums/ I got my gang and my family, I ain’t trading ’em,” he boasts.

While it remains to be seen about the prospects of his next LP, Offset is hitting the road for his first solo tour sans Migos running mates Quavo and the late Takeoff.

The Set It Off Tour will kick off in Philadelphia in March and make stops in New York City, Boston, Toronto, Detroit, Chicago, Denver, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Dallas and Houston before wrapping up in his hometown of Atlanta.

1999 Write The Future has set the stage for the collective’s debut album later this year with singles like “MiNt cHoCoLaTe” featuring BADBADNOTGOOD and Griselda’s Westside Gunn and Conway the Machine. Last week, they followed up by teaming Rick Ross a.k.a Ricky Ravioli with Rich Brian for the starry “LiGhT rAiLs.”

Watch the “SLOPES” video below.

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