Ar'mon & Trey Unleash A New Cinematic Visual For Their RIGHT BACK Remix

Ar'mon & Trey Unleash A New Cinematic Visual For Their RIGHT BACK Remix

Today, rising R&B duoAr'mon & Trey released the official music video for their dynamic "Right Back" Remix featuring breakout rapper YoungBoy Never Broke Again. The original single, which was released back in October after garnering the top spot on Ar'mon & Trey's flop or bop vlog, spawned the viral #rightbackchallenge where fans joined in to create their own versions of the song using the track's instrumentals. The initiative generated thousands of posts and comments on Instagram and inspired many others to adopt the concept on YouTube. Celebrities, such as Queen Naija and Bibi Bourelly, and influencers@clarencenyc and @therealchrissailss were among those who participated in the challenge.

The "Right Back" Remix visual, directed by Samuel Mcknight, spotlights the young artists' impeccably smooth dance moves over a cinematic storyline. The underlying motif "what goes around gotta come right back," resounds over a vivacious rhythm as the video's dramatic plot unfolds. Check it out below!

STREAM/DOWNLOAD THE "RIGHT BACK" REMIX FT. YOUNGBOY NEVER BROKE AGAIN HERE:

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WATCH THE OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO HERE:

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MORE ABOUT AR'MON & TREY:

Born and raised on the East Side of Detroit, the brotherly duo of Ar'mon & Trey emerges with a focused, fresh, and fiery take on R&B, imbuing simmering soul with 21st century style. Adopting Vine in 2014, the brothers made show-stopping 6-second covers that generated millions of views and hundreds of thousands of Re-Vines before they transitioned to Instagram in 2015. They dropped the "The Same (So Gone Challenge)" on YouTube in 2016, surpassing 500,000 views in under a month and eventually tallying over 2 million. Next up, the "Moment 4 Life (mash up)" blew the doors open for online superstardom as the pair seamlessly segued from Rihanna to Young M.A. to Beyoncé to Trey Songz to Chance the Rapper. It amassed 14 million-plus views and hinted at more to come. At the same time, they showcased their personalities via hilarious prank videos. By 2018, cumulative YouTube views totaled over 100 million as they attracted over 3 million subscribers and more than 2.1 million Instagram followers. Debut singles "Drown" and "Breakdown" caught fire as Warner Bros. Records signed the guys. Their 2018 debut EP, Long Story Short, properly introduces their sizzling and soaring signature sound with anthems like their first single "Forever" and "Bounce That" - arriving just in time for their 24-city sold-out The Fever Tour that summer. In the end, they elevate R&B to new heights through a tireless grind that doesn't let up.

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