P Reign, PartyNextDoor and Meek Mill are the “Realest in the City” in New Video

If you hit a Canadian bank and withdraw cash (be sure to ask for fresh bills), you’ll notice that the money is almost indestructible. Our neighbors to the north ditched standard-issue paper in favor of a plastic hybrid that can be pulled, scraped, frozen, run through the wash–no matter what you do, you can’t get rid of it. Proof: P Reign taps fellow Toronto native PartyNextDoor for his latest video, “Realest in the City.” Taken from his 2014 EP Dear America, “Realest” is a testament to Mr. Graham’s buying power, complete with Scarborough shoutouts and Reign’s claim that he “started as your favorite rapper’s shooter.” The collage of expensive liquor and beautiful women is underscored by ice, snow and (presumably )Tim Hortons. So while “Realest in the City” gives way–by way of LAX transitional shot–to a stateside verse from Meek Mill, who flashes a stack of cheap, fragile American $100s, the video is distinctly Canadian.

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