The video for 'GO' will be a dark and extremely cinematic video capturing the feelings of paranoia that come with fame and success. Like a short film, Preme will play two opposing characters, rapping back and forth as the video cuts between them.
SCENE ONE: Preme is rapping inside a nondescript home with shuttered windows and heavy locks on the doors. Inside, he and his small crew are low-key balling out: They count massive amounts of money, drink and smoke as girls party and lounge around them. The place is completely private; lit in deep reds, blues and green neon lights. Preme's performances is chill and confident as he kicks it, completely shut in from the outside world.
SCENE TWO: We start to cut from inside the house to static-filled surveillance feeds of Preme's operation. These different angles are from cameras and bugs planted in his home. We pull back to reveal screens inside a police surveillance van.
Here we see Preme's second character. He is now playing a cop, in plain-clothes with a badge around his neck. He listens in on headphones, rapping back to the camera feeds on a laptop and small screens. The story plays out as we see that they have been staking out the house for a while, they have photos and evidence. Preme's performance as the police officer is intense and aggressive. He's intent on catching Gangster Preme in the act. They observe the partying inside the house.
We inter-cut between the two Preme's as if they are rapping to each other. The security feeds will glitch and short out as the song progresses. In the end, the cops suit up to raid the house, kicking in the door. But we reveal the place is now empty. Preme is gone and they've got nothing.