Bay Area rapper/actor Koran Streets' sophomore album, Late 20s, has already seen a few tracks receive visual treatment. Continuing this theme, he is back with visuals for his pain-fueled track "Black Bandana." On this song, he looks back on his journey to get to where he is now. He rhymes with a gritty flow that doesn't sound Bay Area-specific, but does carry the honesty often associated with Northern California street rap. The Luis Montoya-directed music video sees Koran Streets smoking on top of a car while he spits about his childhood, his flaws, and his entrepreneurial mindset. It's raw, unfiltered rap at it's finest; check the visuals out above.