Submitted for your approval, two local hiphop videos—one, rich with color, desert sunsets and even explosions; the other bleak, black & white, institutionally sterile.
Sweet, vintage sounds (via producer Justo) and honeyed vocals from the very jazzy Alisha Roney compliment The Good Sin's baritone and I-does-this-for-you love raps. Director Sam Lachow provides the fireworks.
Fleeta Partee speaks on the sorry state of love, not the love that Good Sin spoke of, but self-love, love for your people and community. It's enough to put a brother in a straightjacket. Jake One on the beat, Jon Dough on the visuals.