Sprite® Drops Its First-Ever Music Video for Vince Staples’ New Single “Rain Come Down”

ATLANTA--()--In 1986, Sprite® became one of the first brands to tap into hip-hop culture. In the years since, the brand has collaborated with a variety of artists in dozens of programs and advertising campaigns. Now, fresh off announcing the Summer Sprite™ Cold Lyrics Series™, Sprite is unveiling another brand “first” as part of its summer campaign: a full-length music video for Sprite endorser Vince Staples.

“The Sprite brand’s legacy in hip-hop has always been about elevating the art form and celebrating artists who have authentic, honest perspectives”

As Staples releases his new album Big Fish Theory today, Sprite is debuting the music video it produced for his second single “Rain Come Down” featuring Ty Dolla $ign.

“The Sprite brand’s legacy in hip-hop has always been about elevating the art form and celebrating artists who have authentic, honest perspectives,” said Bobby Oliver, director, Sprite & Citrus Brands, Coca-Cola North America. “Vince Staples has been an incredible brand ambassador over the past several years. We’re thrilled to help him introduce a video that’s true to his unique point-of-view and style.”

Directed by David Helman, the music video picks up where Staples’ last video “Big Fish” left off — Vince stranded on a boat at sea. This time he is stranded in a desert with only an empty Sprite bottle to show him the way. As a storm looms on the horizon, Staples spins the bottle to point him out of the hot desert. He finds refuge at a rustic diner, where he enjoys a cool, crisp, refreshing lemon-lime Sprite as the storm pounds against the window.

In addition to the music video, Vince also stars in a new television commercial for the Summer Sprite Cold Lyrics Series debuting this weekend. To learn more, visit Coca-Cola Journey.

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