Ikorodu Bois drop Drake/Lil Durk Laugh Now Cry Later Video

Ikorodu Bois drop Drake/Lil Durk Laugh Now Cry Later Video

Ikorodu Bois drop Drake/Lil Durk Laugh Now Cry Later Video

Ikorodu Bois drop Drake/Lil Durk Laugh Now Cry Later Video and it is just awesome. The young filmmakers in Nigeria who have gained a social media following for recreating music videos with every day items, and their version of Drizzy and Lil Durk‘s “Laugh Now, Cry Later” is on point!

Substituting the Vision Mercedes-Maybach Cabriolet for wagons with strings of lights and a football for a potato, 15-year-old Muiz and 10-year-old Malik made the video work with what they had. The “dreads” used to be Durk was a mop, which makes this even greater.

Camera company RED was so moved by the Ikorodu Bois’ creations they’ve donated a ton of equipment, so their journey is just getting underway.

Red Digital Cinema is a renowned company known for producing high-end cameras which are best suited for helping cinematographers deliver topnotch content. Razer, on the other hand, produces high-end gadgets suitable for gamers. “What!! RED!!? you guys are the best!

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Thank youuuuu@Reddigitalcinema Thank you Razer!! @Razer its totally outstanding,” Ikorodu Bois wrote on their Instagram page. They also posted photos of themselves posing with the gadgets.

Towards the end of June 2020, the boys, made up of four filmmakers – a team of brothers and cousins, Babatunde, 23, Muiz, 15, Fawas, 13 and Malik, 10, got international attention when they remade a trailer of Chris Hemsworth’s movie, Extraction.

Extraction, an action film starring ‘Thor’ star, Chris Hemsworth has become one of the most-watched movies on Netflix.

It was directed by Sam Hargrave and written by the trio of Ande Parks, Anthony Russo, and Joe Russo.

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The Ikorodu Bois creatively made use of props and sets that are not so complicated to fabricate as they used easily accessible stuff craftily to recreate the popular film’s multi-million-dollar teaser with little or next to no budget and posted it on Twitter and Instagram.

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