In the post-Yeezus hip-hop realm, acts such as Philadelphian rapper Mic Stew capitalize on minimalism, like on his song (and video for) “All Black Chucks.” The Derrick Woodyard-directed visual gives a long intro before finally dropping into a kick and snare instrumental, and adding jagged distorted vocals by Stew hailing his “All Black Chucks.” Mic Stew’s menacing flow flaunts what he’s got, but also shows potential also for a post-Odd Future hip-hop realm. The video for “All Black Chucks” is short, but has a crazy vibe that begs for more music from the emcee. Watch the video above, and if you want to hear the whole track, head over to Mic Stew’s Soundcloud for a full stream.
“All Black Chucks” – Mic Stew
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Stone is a hip-hop enthusiast residing in NJ/PA. As an aspiring hip-hop producer, Stone studies communications and shares his passion for music by letting the world in on the wonderful world of hip-hop.