Title 4 of the United States Code lists a number of advisory rules for the care and display of the American Flag. In his new, Jiggy Flix-directed video, making its world premiere right here on our front page, Julian Stephen breaks just about all of them. On this bracing banger, Tim William’ searing synth production (introduced with a snippet of 2Pac‘s dialogue from ‘92 film Juice) sets the mood as the Queens repper tells us exactly what he thinks of the much-vaunted American Dream. For more, check out Stephen’s DJBooth-hosted University of Julian 2 LP, set to hit our mixtape page soon for free streaming and download.
Written by richard on 04/30/12
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