Saint Millie ft. Vic Spencer & Highlife Dre - Hella Smooth

Posted 3 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Drew Hurt
Album:
None (Promo Single)

With the backing of the Chicago skyline, Windy City emcee St. Millie‘s newest music video quite literally starts off Hella Smooth as the spitter and fellow emcee Vic Spencer go on to drop their fluid rhymes. Amidst clouds of smoke and the occasional puff, the duo cleverly touch on everything from their love of kush to “girls with thongs.” Agreeably laid-back production from beatsmith Drew Hurt proves to be the perfect audio backdrop for the video, which features a smattering of unique visuals courtesy of director Drew Angle. Hella Smooth isn’t attached to any larger project from Millie, but his last feature, Lighters Up, is currently available for free stream and download on DJBooth.

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