Video: See why Clooner, the rapping 'king of Farmington,' exceeds 38,000 views

July 21, 2020, 11:37 AM by  Alan Stamm

This unsigned recording artist has 13 videos and one digital album that flow from life on the mean cul-de-sacs of Farmington Hills.


He's known only as Clooner to followers, a cult reinforced and expanded by his latest drop -- "King of Farmington." Sample lyrics:

You can't fuck wit me
I'm colder than Silver Dairy
It's all over when the fat boy sings ...

Everyone's fighting for the title in the D
Farmington was up for the taking
And I took it
Ain't no one fucking wit me
I run my city

We don't know his real name, but we know he's a Miguel Cabrera fan. (Photo: Facebook)

The nearly four-minute video below went up Monday and passes 38,000 viewings in two days, his biggest audience by far. (The runner-up from November has 13,000 views.)

Those numbers are as good as they get for a uncharismatic guy billing himself as "rapper boi" and "best rapper named Clooner."

His year-old YouTube channel has 808 subscribers and six of his videos are below 700 views. On social media, Clooner has 1,429 Instagram followers, 911 on Twitter and 185 at his Facebook page.

Clooner's 12-track 2017 album, "Cloonoscopy," opens with a cover of "Cold in the D" featuring Chavis Chandler of Detroit. Producers credited on the new video and earlier ones are Luke Superior and Adam Shepard.

Now check out the guy in Crocs and a "Go Falcons" shirt from Farmington High:

Leave a Comment: