The Twin Cities might also have birthed lauded manufacturing duo Beatnick & K-Salaam, but those are worldwide this days. Their last album, The Bluest Flame, featured New York staples kind of Kirk Knight, Joell Ortiz, or Homeboy Sandman, Down South lieutenants Bun B and Young Buck, Adam Tensta oversea about the UK, Emicida repping Brazil, or three songs boasting verses from Cali spitter Blu. And that’s only partially the guest list. The common denominator in the acts those outturns for this is quality. Be it Hip-Hop, Reggae, Soul, Pop, yet Reggaeton, it beatmakers action together with half about the good of the game.
Although the associate dropped a quantity on imbecile singles lead upon to the launch concerning The Bluest Flame within October, it protected the superior because ultimate when they served upon “Keep It 100” starring Bun B at the End of September. Although the tune is solely 1:25 long, it is a secure box about convivial commentary. So, when Nick then K bought together including Bun according to film the video within Texas before this year, those decided to take the theme one step further.
Bun B is outspoken individual and a very respected in his community, consequently the visuals because of “Keep It 100” highlight the truth as she is an advisor at Rice University whichever is considered supremacy regarding US politics. The fiction sees B as a visitor on “FNN (Fake News Network)” and is invited by alternate a “MAGA” supporter. Their conversation is interspersed including everyday humans reacting in imitation of the news solid while engaging in their ordinary routines. The Alt Right visitor makes ignorant yet uninformed comments, but with the aid of the stop also that can’t battle Bun’s flow and Adi’s portent hook.