Saint Millie, Mano & Sir Michael Rocks Team Up for 'No Heauxs' Video: Premiere

Courtesy Photo
 Saint Millie in the video for "No Heauxs."

Chicago rapper Saint Millie recruits producer Mano and The Cool Kids' own Sir Michael Rocks for the visual to his anti-pimping anthem "No Heauxs." Here, the trio rap all about their paper-chasing while saying no to hoes. 

"I ain't got no hoes," sings Mano on the hook. The soulful beat also incorporates the Chris Tucker skit, where the comedian asks, "What if Michael Jackson was a pimp?" Collaborating with Mano and Rocks was also a dream come true for Millie, who tells Billboard over e-mail, "Man I got to work with two ppl that helped pave the way for artists like myself coming out of Chicago."

The Cool Kids to Reunite: 'The Hiatus is Over'

Mano, who recently worked on The Weeknd's "False Alarm" with producer Doc McKinney, adds, "My bro Millie played me the beat one day. C-sick originally produced it b4 i put my touch on it as well. the beat was so sick i had 2 jump on it. I made the hook and we had momentum. 1 day mikey rocks was over we was working on some music and i played it for him and he really was digging the concept cause he could really relate with the hook and the cool self deprecating humor surrounding it. I knew we had something special."

"'No Heauxs' was tight to make," Sir Michael Rocks says. "3 real chicago players all on one track talking that real sh*t.  People think just because you're poppin' you got a million girls you're entertaining. False. We only strive for the highest caliber of living and the same goes for the women we attracted to... It's quality over quantity people!”

"No Heauxs" appeared on Saint Millie's Adderrall project