Cal Scrubby gets an assist from Chris Brown in the video for “Ain’t Shit Change.” In the Andrew Sandler-directed clip, which was inspired by the 1992 film White Men Can’t Jump, Breezy and the 26-year-old Cincinnati rapper hit the basketball court in L.A.’s Venice Beach neighborhood and wow the ladies with their skills.
Scruby is a former point guard himself. “When it comes to music, I don’t want to play a character or put on a face,” he told Billboard. “I’m not serious all the time. I’m also goofy and lighthearted. This video is comfortable for me; it’s really who I am.”
“Ain’t Shit Change” is the third single from Scruby’s debut EP House in the Hills, which also features Sevyn Streeter and Trevor Jackson.