Poetic powerhouse Mick Jenkins has unveiled the latest set of visuals from his recent debut album, The Healing Component. The video for “Spread Love” dips between Mick commanding the crowd on-stage to clips from backstage and interacting with fans as he flows over the Sángo-produced cut. Also be sure to keep your eyes peeled for cameos from Noname, Kirk Knight, and more.
Check out the video below, directed by Bryan Allen Lamb.
Chicago’s Hurt Everybody puts out dope, refreshing music at such an unmatched rate, it’s like they’ve never slept before. One-third of the sonic trio, Supa Bwe, unveiled “Contacts” via Complex Magazine today as the first single from his upcoming tape, The Dead Occasion, which is set to be released on October 4th. The video was directed by Lyrical Lemonade founder Cole Bennett and features Supa relishing by the pool alongside Hurt’s producer/DJ hybrid Mulatto, their manager Westley, and of course, a handful of gorgeous women. The track itself was produced by Churchdontstop of Chicago and demonstrates Supa’s vocal dexterity as he bounces between hypnotizing and piercing lines.
The Complex debut also contained a documentary courtesy of Bryan Allen Lamb, a Chicago filmmaker and photographer that has worked with Mick Jenkins, Flatbush Zombies, and many more (check out website and Instagram). The short follows Hurt Everybody during their ventures in New York, where they played at the historic rite of passage SOBs alongside Saba Pivot, Chelsea Reject, and XVRHLDY, as well as during their set with Mick Jenkins at Chicago venue Reggie’s during a Lollapalooza after-party.
Check out the two videos below and find everything Hurt Everybody related via their website, including merch, their free discography of 101 songs, and their debut mixtape from July, 2K47.
In the words of Supa, “it all comes down to who you know.”