Friday, February 19, 2016

See the video for Kaleido's Christina Chriss' first solo track

Posted By on Fri, Feb 19, 2016 at 9:14 PM

click to enlarge PHOTO BY STEVE SERGENT
  • Photo by Steve Sergent

Detroit's hard pop-rock band Kaleido's not-so-secret weapon Christina Chriss just released her first solo track, and we're not gonna tell you what to do, but you should probably watch the video for it.

She beats the shit out of a van with a baseball bat while talking about coke-sniffing neighbors, dead bodies, and other totally normal occurrences for her locale.  

The track, "From The Way," was produced by Detail and features Trick Trick, who makes an appearance in the video along with a slew of other Motor City celebs. 

Watch the video below and see how many you can spot. 

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