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Sunday, January 13, 2013

City Slang: New Anybody Killa video

Posted By on Sun, Jan 13, 2013 at 12:12 AM

Psychopathic Records family member Anybody Killa has a new video for the song “Peace Pipe”

According to the press release, “One of America’s most acclaimed Native American rappers, Anybody Killa has just released the new video for “Peace Pipe” from his most recent album Medicine Bag. Heralded by AllRovi critic David Jeffries as “the Psychopathic label’s funkiest—or better yet, Funkdoobiest—artist,” ABK (as he’s known to fans) delivers potent, thoughtful rhymes often paying tribute to his heritage.”

The video features a collage of lonely bar scenes, ABK getting stoned, and native American imagery. Sound like your bag? See it here.

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