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Exclusive Video: Asher Roth and Nottz' 'Dontcha Wanna Be (My Neighbor)'

Check out the two rappers touring their childhood neighborhoods in new video

October 18, 2010 5:01 PM ET

 

Pennsylvania rapper Asher Roth Virginia, rapper/producer Nottz and Toronto beatmaker Colin Munroe have joined forces for a comedic tour of their childhood neighborhoods in the new music video for "Dontcha Wanna Be (My Neighbor)," from Nottz' new album You Need This Music. The track will also appear on Roth and Nottz's collaboration, Rawth. Watch Rolling Stone exclusive debut of the video above.

Photos: Asher Roth's Nonstop Party

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