Waka Flocka Flame - "Rooster In My Rari" Video

Flocka is pretty into rooster imagery, so it’s no surprise that he takes the opportunity to flaunt that particular taste in the quite literal clip for Triple F Life’s “Rooster In My Rari.” It features a Big Bird-sized rooster with a moveable mouth, as to properly lipsync Flocka’s chant “Rooster in my ’rari! Rooster in my ’rari!” It is ridiculous. Bonus points for the OKC Thunder cap, but he’s no bandwagon dude; he’s been there since the beginning. Watch the video below.

Triple F Life is out 6/12 on 1017 Brick Squad/Asylum/Warner Bros. Pre-order it here.

Comments (14)
  1. why is this being celebrated? I’m not coming from any ‘hater’ position, or whatever you want to call it; it’s a catchy song and I kinda like it, and catchy is all I’d imagine they’re going for here. But why are we (you, Stereogum) reporting on this? It’s average in every way; he says “throwing dough” five times in a row! nothing about this is smart, nothing is original, nothing is at all ambitious. it’s run of the mill. make up your mind! either be a website that reports on the forefront of music, or be everyone else. don’t be both, because you’ll fail at both.

    • Ohh Buddy. You’re in for a shit-storm now. I game in guns blazing criticizing Waka along similar lines (and Tom unfairly in retrospect) a few months back and I’m still collecting thumbs down on my comments on that post. Let me save you the time and grief. Click on my name, and scroll down to the comments where I’m like -500. Read those responses. Everyone will be better for it.

      Starting to think that Waka posts should come with a disclaimer: “If you think you’re going to come on here and enlighten us as to why Waka and Gucci are shit, don’t waste your time and save yourself from a bruised ego. It’s been done before, and it’s NOT appreciated by the locals.”

    • Did you not see the giant rooster? That is the forefront of music.

    • yeah but the sixth time he says “throwin stacks”

  2. Flockaveli was incredible. However since then, the only thing I know of that Flocka has done that comes close is Round of Applause. This is terrible, and I have doubts about him recapturing Flockaveli’s greatness.

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  4. Flocka is important for the simple reason that Flockaveli is responsible for what popular rap sounds like in 2012. Whether you like it or not, that’s called influence. And its influenced everyone from underground guys to Jay and Ye.

    • That’s an interesting point, however, I’d argue that Lex Luger is much more responsible for that sound than Waka could ever be. To each their own though.

      • That could be argued, but at the same time, Lex Luger never gets popular if not for Flockaveli. Flockaveli brought him into the mainstream. Lex needed the voice and style to perfectly match his production style and Flocka embodies that completely.

  5. I do have to say though, World Star Hip Hop is the most appropriate place for a Waka Flocka video.

  6. You know, I’m happy that indie culture decided to embrace hip-hop, but some less-than-deserving characters managed to wriggle their way into the group hug. I spotted this month’s issue of XXL while out shopping today, and the cover story was “From the hood to hipsters, everybody loves Waka!” I literally cringe every time I see a Flocka anything posted on indie-flavored websites, and he’s everywhere now. Is everyone in on some sort of joke? It’s almost like they’ve intentionally picked one of the shittiest rappers of our time to hype just because they can. That’s the only way I can rationalize it.

  7. Is this related at all to the unreleased and more direct Lil Kim Track, Cunnilingus in my Camry?

  8. A rooster is a MALE chicken… So, pretty much this song is saying I got a dude in my Ferrari. I guess Waka Flocka is a bunch of gay boys. That’s cool bro ; )

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