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SAYITAINTTONE drops the coldest video to come out of Detroit for “Everyday” shot by illroots and edited by Darnell Williams and Mike Carson.

Sayitaint takes us along for the ride as he and his crew visit Hawaii for the first time expressing how grateful he is to live this IBGM lifestyle. (I Been Gettin’ Money)

“We in Hawaii right now… It’s my first time being here… A lot of people from Dexter, well from my neighborhood, from my city have never experienced anything like this. It feels good to be where I am from and to come out here to shoot a video and just kick it with my people. It don’t get no better than this.”

Tone also sheds light on a more serious and personal side as he raps about his mother, better known as SayItAintMama.

“iSay, everyday I tell my mama that I love her, girl you special babe. In my heart you know you got yourself a special place, ‘cuz you deserve the best and that’s why I’ma make a way. When I was younger man you worked like damn near every day, just to keep the food on top of every dinner plate, sacrificing eating noodles while we eating steak. Even fought in Desert Storm now girl you know you great. That’s why I got to say I am grateful. I thank you everyday You my hero every day. Daddy wasn’t around. I didn’t need that n**** anyway…”

“Everyday” was shot at various scenes around Honolulu, Hawaii. When I asked why he chose to shoot the video there he simply said,

“Because God told me to shoot it there when I did the song.”

Ladies, did I mention that the tropical backdrops have SayItAintTone looking like a light-skin Beckford? (Reference photo above) See for yourself in the video below!

“Everyday” off SayItAintTone’s 500 Million mixtape, features Mystic Sun and is produced by Kelvin K Brown.

Download ’500 Million’ project here.

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SAYITAINTTONE Shoots Visuals For “Everyday” In HAWAII! [VIDEO]  was originally published on hothiphopdetroit.com