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The Good Life: Binh Gold Reveals a Flashy Lifestyle in MV “Bat Che Do Bay Len”  


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Recently on TikTok, there is a trend called "Bật Chế Độ Bay Lên". Currently, the hot trend is attracting nearly 62,000 videos from TikTok’s influencers and the number of people who attend to play is increasing day by day.

Besides, it also receives excellent support from online communities. As can be seen, “Bật Chế Độ Bay Lên" is a new song from Bình Gold. Bình Gold is known for participating in Lil Shady's MV…

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I keep seeing this all over online. It is crazy how much it has blown up and how many people are talking about it. 

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This almost reminds me a lot of those modernized gangster/mob movies and shows. It is a cool concept for the music video. I can see why it got a lot of attention. 

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@soulie As someone who watches a lot of films in this genre, I can see it. It is very upper-class, wealth meets power. I think they did a great job in the video. 

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So strange to see this level of "urban" influence in Vietnam. I saw plenty of it in the US and the UK. You can see it big time in the '80s and '90s with rap culture and music. It seems to have spread. This really does remind me a lot of early P-Diddy music videos. 

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@tbh23 I thought this as well. You can see this in most countries. I think the trend just took longer to reach some places. Like in Vietnam, it seems the trends of the '90s in hip-hop culture are there!

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