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A couple weeks ago we got a new collection from Chicago producer Mulatto Beats, 22 Summers. Chock-full of talented collaborations with the likes of Mick Jenkins, Qari, Trapo and more. One of the distinct standouts from the compilation tape of sorts was the King Louie-assisted single “Long Live The Kings” which placed the Drill legend over a distinctly toned-down backing production that seemed to bring Tony back to a more storytelling aspect.

The visual for that one hit at the top of the week, shot by J Visuals, has a distinctly lo-fi aesthetic to it throughout that is reflective of the overall feel of the project from Mulatto. Employing a certain amount of behind-the-scenes mixed with 90s camcorder vibes, they accomplish a flight-y piece that is fun and upbeat without getting bogged down in cheap thrills. When the music works, keep it simple and that’s the message here. Check out the latest up above, and scroll down for more.

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