AWAR is not slowing down for gas, cops or red lights since he dropped his album 'Spoils of War' some weeks ago. The underground stalwart had teased fans with solid singles from the gritty 80s punch of "Bricks Like 86 (feat. Styles P & Jadakiss)" to the cinematic time element inspired "Rolex Time" with Cyhi The Prince. On this one, he brings the visuals for not one but two joints off the aforementioned project. He starts off with the introspective titled track "Spoils Of War" produced by Jake One before switching to the gripping ominous vibes of the Vanderslice laced "Money Machine Music".
The visuals, which he calls a mini-movie was helmed by Todd Angkasuwan who helps transcribe AWAR's vision to the screens. The first half keeps it minimal with AWAR detailing his trials, hopes and tribulations while the second sees the emcee back on his business as he sets out with his comrade at arms to secure the bag.