Portland rapper Aminé has surprise dropped a music video for "BLACKJACK" and it's even funnier than "Reel It In." Set at the fictional school House of Rap, Aminé and his crew are the ultimate class clowns. Once again, Rickey Thompson stars in the visual, but this time the viral comedian portrays a wise teacher committed to educating his precious hip-hop heads on culturally relevant subjects like respect, flow, and exploring the many traits of the "Becky" identity.

"BLACKJACK" is featured on Aminé's ONEPOINTFIVE mixtape. (Revisit our review of the project here.) A few weeks ago, he shared a remix of Tierra Whack's "Hungry Hippo." Watch all the comedy unfold in the video above.

In other news, Nilüfer Yanya announced her debut album with the single “In Your Head." Get all the details right here.

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