Homeboy Sandman Makes Great Visuals, But This May Be The Best (Video)

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Like his verses, Homeboy Sandman is almost always animated in the video medium. He’s rapped on MTA subways, played with motion and color. However, in “Refugee,” H.B.S hits faraway locales to meet some strange strangers in this amazing polished narrative video that nods to the 1990s efforts from Skee-Lo, Fatlip, and more:

This is from the recently-released Stones Throw LP, Hallways.

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