It promotes success + the american dream
the song itself
with lines like “we getting money up under you:
putting super models in the back
new watch alert “Hublot” or he big faced rolly I got 2 of those.
Talking about multiple benzes and throwing up diamonds in the air
cutting up a mayback
drifting around an abandoned airport
models in the video of couse
rapping in front of an american flag
The last visual shows that they will auction the car, and donate all proceeds to charity.
Relating success to the american dream
lift off - “how many people you know can take it this far”
Made In America “Sweet Baby Jesus, we made it in America”
shows how anyone can achieve in americaDraft 1On the heels of Jay Z's and Kanye West's record-breaking album “Watch the Throne”, their extravagant music video to the hit song “Otis” is causing a stir. The video, which involved the two stars“chopping” up a $375,250 Maybach sedan and rapping in front of a large American flag, was a major success. With right under 50 million views on YouTube, its safe to say that “Otis” is one of the mostsuccesful music videos of their careers. Today, music vidoes average around the three to four minutemark, contrasted with a classic Michael Jackson style video which could stretch up to 30 minutes inlength, some argue that the industry is losing its ability to convey a message. However, the “Otis” videoconveys a strong message to the 50 million people who have watched it so far. Being two of wealthiestrappers in recent history, Jay and Kanye are both successful. In their most recent album “Watch TheThrone” they inspire others to strive for success. With a great command of ethos, pathos, and logos; theduo convinces us that success, the American dream, should be sought.The song itself conjures up many vizuals of success, from watches with five digit price tags to