Kool Keith Has His Own Private Dancers In The Flow (Video Exclusive)

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Leave it to Kool Keith to reach the weekend with a whimsical note. The Bronx, New York legendary lyricist premieres his latest single “The Flow” with Ambrosia For Heads. A purveyor of the burlesque and red light district antics long before his Spankmaster album, K.K. hits the club to watch an array of dancers entertain him.

While spectating the affair, Kool Keith kicks his verbal illustrations from describing getting his Pontiac washed by beautiful ladies, to making fun of whisper rappers, to finicky concertgoers. Between the verses, Keith tries his hand a sung chorus that feels inspired by both the great George Clinton and Pharrell Williams (two fellow artists that share Keith’s imagination and versatility). From one of the true innovators of delivery, check “The Flow”:

Directed by Derek Gauci.

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