In the chilling new video for RedRum’s haunting banger, “Mark of Da Beast,” the Orlando-based duo serves as narrators for cinematic visuals that serve as a look behind the curtain of a gritty underworld.
As Whodini famously declared in their 1985 single, the freaks come out at night—and they are certainly filling the streets of the world painted by the rhymes of RedRum’s Racks and Red Eye. The two have an incredible way with their words as they sling one visual bar after the next, over the sinister production provided by Nickel Plated.
In addition to Racks’ bars, he also directed the single’s video as part of his O.U.C. Films operation. He brings “Mark of Da Beast” to life like only someone that close to the song itself could, blending together stark imagery with footage of himself and Red Eye spitting their verses.
Check out the visuals—which is available now through all major digital retailers and streaming platforms—and be on the lookout for RedRum’s forthcoming new project, The Messiah Complex, which is due out Friday, May 14.
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