Locksmith - F**kin’ Idols

Posted 2 years ago
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Braden Blair
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Recently, Cali buzzmaker Locksmith asked his followers on social media which record off his latest street album they would like to see turned into a video. F**kin’ Idols was the hands-down favorite. The fans having spoken, Lock didn’t take long to give ‘em what they were craving. Created with the help of director Amadeuz Christ, the official visuals were conceived, shot and edited in under 24 hours. The result is a frantic, grimy clip that perfectly captures the Braden Blair-produced banger’s jittery energy. Fans can find Idols, the reader-acclaimed Willie Lynch and much more on the artist’s A Thousand Cuts LP, still available for streaming in the Booth.

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