Cal Scruby and Chris Brown Re-enact 'White Man Can't Jump' in 'Ain't Sh*t Change' Video

Cal Scruby and Chris Brown Re-enact 'White Man Can't Jump' in 'Ain't Sh*t Change' Video

It's creative to say the least.

Published December 29th

Chris Brown recently released his Royalty album and has been gracing other people’s work since.

That’s the case with Cal Scruby’s latest. The Ohio rapper enlisted Breezy for “Ain’t Sh*t Change” and channeled his inner Woody Harrelson during the video.

Premiered by Billboard and directed by Andrew Sandler, who’s worked other Brown visuals, the video is set in Venice Beach, Calif., and subtly re-enacts the classic 1992 movie White Man Can’t Jump, also starring Wesley Snipes. Don’t let the kitchy backwards hat fool you though. Cal’s got a jumper.

“Ain’t Sh*t Change” is Scruby’s third single from his debut EP, House in the Hills.

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(Photo: Riveting Entertainment Group)

Written by Paul Meara

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