Check out this new video from Exile's 2010 album Radio - AM/FM. Make sure to hear the full album on The Dirty Science Bandcamp. The streaming track below, "Evolve," was also produced by Exile, from Pharoahe Monch's new album W.A.R. (We Are Renegades) - out today on Duck Down Records. W.A.R. includes the intense music video for "Clap (One Day)" and is said to be insanely dope by the musical authorities.
Pharoahe Monch's video for "Clap (One Day)" is something of a short film, a ten-minute music video directed by Terrance Nance with additional scoring by The Lion Share Music Group. The stretched story-of-a-music-video format has been popularized by Gaga and Kanye, whose videos tend to lead to very altered realities, always centered on the artist. This video on the other hand, is all too real for entire communities.
The video 'tackles the subject of police brutality' and tells the story of 'a police raid gone horribly wrong' with the kind of acting and violence which might be banned from television. Watch it for yourself and let us know what you think of this poignant video. If you buy the album W.A.R. on iTunes, this crazy video will be included. W.A.R. (We Are Renegades) is coming out on Duck Down Records on March 22nd. [Pre-order on iTunes]
Another lighter track from the new album came up on Soundcloud this week as well: