We covered this track a little while back, but the visuals have recently come up, and since the song is great we're more than willing to show it a little love yet again.
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What's great about C. Shreve and his FTO collective is that they inherently feel underground in a time when "underground" rappers are throwing in money they don't have into being the hardest and toughest act out there. Shreve on the other hand, feels raw, gritty, and relatable, yet still being tough and talented. It's authentic and I love that more than anything. The production from Handbook himself deserves a nod as well.
The visuals are simple with the man himself and his buddies together in the studio, on the roof, and at a show. If they keep killing it like they do, it won't be much longer until I can catch something live in my city of LA.
Check out the video below!