After pouring his heart out on Valentine’s Day via his Dystopia album banger “What You Needed” Hollywood Cobain is keeping his creative streak in the family with his latest release.
Proving that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, Hollywood Cobain recruits his own son, 2YnG Brandon for their teen-spirited “15” collaboration.
Building on a coming of age theme of youth from both adult and adolescent perspectives, Hollywood Cobain and 2YnG Brandon detail the most beloved memories of being young and naive in the music video for “15.”
Shot and directed by Eric Slater, the light-hearted visual captures a priceless father-son moment as Hollywood Cobain and 2YnG Brandon bounce off each others energy while throwing around an insane amount of cash.
The release of “15” follows a strong start to 2022 for Hollywood Cobain, who recently shared the cinematic video for “What You Needed.” The track is also a part of Hollywood Cobain’s 12-song Dysphoria album which is also home to his popular deep cut “Zombie.” Hollywood Cobain previously explained how the album serves as his interpretation of heartbreak and pain through the lens of music.
Hollywood Cobain has already racked up well over one million streams with his “Playa” single and boasts production credits with artists such as EMPIRE signee J-Haze along with Texas rap legend Lil Flip.
Hollywood Cobain also linked up with several other trending artists last year including combat veteran lyricist The Marine Rapper and red-hot Orlando rapper Dave From The Grave.
Watch the “15” music video below.