Atmosphere, the longstanding hip-hop duo, has released a music video from a brand new track. The music video is incredibly politically charged, attempting to make a statement on the turmoil in the political world today. The track comes as the group is just finishing up their recent tour in support of their album, Mi Vida Local , meaning the duo is showing no signs of taking a break soon. Atmosphere has been incredibly consistent in recent years, constantly putting out new music and expanding their discography. Atmosphere began in Minnesota in the late s, a project by rapper Slug and producer Ant. The two have been together for over two decades at this point and have released nine full studio albums. The video mainly consists of Slug from up close rapping the track mixed with shots of Slug walking through crowds in the streets. The crowds are full of protestors and at certain points Slug is even walking in the midst of crowds of riot police there to restore order. Atmosphere is strongly focusing on the real scenes and the chaos surrounding all the protests and events in America in recent years. Those who have yet to check out the music video can find it linked below.
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People are just looking for something they can relate to. Something that they can take and apply to themselves. Some of us are lucky enough to become that through our art. Atmosphere—comprised of the venerable Slug and Ant—have had a sprawling career as underground vanguards. Across their decades-long partnership, the duo have tapped into the weird and caustic, producing cutting album after cutting album and speaking truth to pain. Their work has demystified heartache and the tortures of coping through the most common and accessible vices: alcohol, drugs and women. For over 20 years, Atmosphere have pursued the underbelly of what it means to be human with a rabid curiosity. As Slug transitioned from throwing-up-in-the-backseat-raps to holding-hands-when-you-cross-the-street-raps, Ant has grown to be a master of crate digging and unearthing the humanity of a drum loop. Always, the duo was concerned with privileging their personhood, with making music as ugly and jagged as life itself. Just a year removed from their at times funky, at times bluesy, and always boom-bap-fueled tour of woes, Atmosphere return with a new album.