Last month, ScHoolboy Q liberated the official visuals for Studio, single numero quatro off his widely-acclaimed debut set. Featuring vocals by BJ the Chicago Kid, the cut was a smooth departure from Mr. Bucket Hat’s usual style. On follow-up Hoover Street, by contrast, the TDE phenom turns the grit back up to 11 as he looks back on a childhood spent surrounded by poverty and crime. Digi+Phonics’ Sounwave creates an eerie instrumental backdrop for ScHoolboy’s autobiographical bars, and directors Yellow Nguyen and Moosa offers a visual interpretation of the narrative. Released in February, ScHoolboy Q’s Oxymoron LP is available now wherever fine music is sold.
Written by richard on 05/20/14
It took me a while to get ScHoolboy Q. While everyone else will claim to have known Q was a rap star in the making since before he was a zygote, I can pretty accurately and honestly track my trajectory into the world of...
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