Lil Dicky is back with his comedy rap after a 3-year hiatus and taking his creativity to new heights. They say be careful what you wish for, and we see just why in Lil Dicky’s new knee- slapping music video. Dicky taps Chris Brown for a hilarious feature on “Freaky Friday,” as they both enjoy a day in the lives of the other. The insanely comical Tony Yacenda directed video was released on LD’s 30th birthday (March15th). “Freaky Friday” is Lil Dicky’s first new song since dropping the I’m Brain EP in September.
The video pays homepage to the remake of the 2003 film starring Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsey Lohan, “Freaky Friday” where the two switch bodies at a Chinese restaurant and experience life as the other person for a day . After switching roles thanks to a Chinese waiter, the two bounce back and forth over the DJ Mustard beat rapping about what life would be like as the other person filled with playful quips. Dicky enjoys his newfound identity as the R&B singer. Throughout the video he flexes his dance moves and goes around the city screaming “I’m Chris Brown” and being able to do C Breezy like things. On the flipside, Breezy quickly despises Dicky’s plain and dull lifestyle.
Towards the end of the visual, the two change back into their regular bodies but the “Freaky Friday” cameos don’t stop there. Before going back to Lil Dicky, the “Molly” rapper switches bodies again, but this time with ED Sheeran, DJ Khaled, and Kendall Jenner. Check out how playful LD and Chris Breezy are in the latest viral video, “Freaky Friday,” that has already garnered over 12 million views on VEVO in the last 72 hours.