It hasn't been the smoothest ride for Asher Roth since exploding on to the scene with his 2009 hit 'I Love College,' but he's still keeping upbeat and determined, which he conveys on the song 'Be Right' featuring Major Myjah.

In the video, the former Def Jam artist uses a bunch of old footage from concerts, photo shoots and personal appearances, which documentsjust how active he's been in the past five years or so.

The clip also shows the changes in Roth's personal style, as he goes from a clean-cut, short-haired look, to sporting shoulder-length hair, embracing a '70s rocker vibe.

As far as the song itself, it has an ultra positive feel. The 29-year-old encourages people to chase their dreams, despite facing hardships. "Give it away, give it away, give it away now / Haven't felt this way since when I moved to A-Town / I've decided I'ma do my thing and stay proud / Used to be some doubt, but now the whole world's my playground," he spits.

The Blended Babies-produced cut is on the rapper's latest album, 'Retrohash,' which he released earlier this year on Pale Fire and Federal Prism Records.

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