Shot entirely in black and white, Bryson Tiller’s new video for “Self-Made” finds the Louisville, Kentucky native riding on the hood of a luxury car and singing in a room with women suspended from the ceiling alongside a healthy amount of Kandypens products.

The song touches on his journey from homelessness to successful “self-made” artist who’s able to give back to the community that helped raise him. In June, Tiller teamed up with Nike to restore three basketball courts in his hometown.

During the ribbon-cutting ceremony, Tiller said, “It’s possible in Louisville, Kentucky. Everybody used to tell me you can’t make it out of Louisville, Kentucky, and I disagree, ‘cos I made it out of this city. If anybody on this court right now got a dream, you believe in yourself, you can do it.”



“Self-Made” is the result of years of hard work and sacrifice. Grab a Kandypen and watch the Colin Tilley-directed video above.

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Bryson Tiller joins the ever-evolving roster of high-profile artists who co-sign Kandypens, including DJ Khaled, 21 Savage, Fat Joe, Chris Brown, 50 Cent, French Montana, Nas, Kanye West, Young ThugTygaJadakiss, K-Camp, Kid Ink, and Fetty Wap.



Last month, the popular vape company released a limited edition line with A$AP Rocky, the Flacko Jodye Collection, which only deepened their connection to Hip Hop culture.

Kandypens was named best vaporizer of 2016 by High Times due to its combination of popular technology and flashy design, making Kandypens the go-to choice for vaping in the Hip Hop and Rap community.