Rasheed Chappell is far from resting on his laurels even after delivering back to back visuals in the space of two months. While the first set of videos focused on more gritty subjects his latest release, "My Epic (Portraits)", sees the rapper pay homage to the people he loves. The production is helmed once again by Kenny Dope who crafts a triumphant horn-driven soundscape that fits the solemn subject matter.
The video is again directed by foundationDIGITAL Films, the team that has handled all of Chappell’s videos promoting First Brick. Whereas the previous visuals ("Shorty Rock" and "101") centered on the emcee as a street preacher of sorts, “My Epic” carries a more cinematic vibe reminiscent of what you’d expect to see in a Spike Lee Joint. The direction really takes the viewer deep into Chappell's stomping grounds and we get to see how deep his roots go within the community. Watch out for the beat switch, which ramps up the energy in the track as well as the visuals—but you’ll have to see that for yourself.