Ghostface Killah & DOOM’s Single Turns Into a Grindhouse Movie Visual (Video)

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Fans of Ghostface Killah and DOOM are typically lovers of deep references, and retro style. Even when the MCs crossed paths a decade ago on DangerDOOM’s “The Mask,” the song and the album were littered with 1960s and 1970s sonic cues, samples, and images from a childhood that Dennis Coles, Brian Burton, and in this case, Daniel Dumile could relate to, from TV, film, and radio.

For the video to “Ray Gun,” it’s more of the same. The video for the Lex Records single from G.F.K. & BADBADNOTGOOD’s Sour Soul is not the two artists presenting their essays, with the band in the background. Rather, the visual is an ode to the days of drive-in, grindhouse cinema—a little bit Sci-Fi, a little bit exploitation, and a little bit softcore ’70s porn. The video jams, as it should:

If this is your flavor, and you want more, there are a host of full-length Roger Corman movies on YouTube.

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