Planet Asia Wages War Against Major Record Companies & Spares No Hostages (Video)

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Planet Asia has been a West Coast Hip-Hop staple for the better part of 20 years. Although the Fresno, California veteran was once signed to the major label, Interscope Records, he did not release an album while with the company and, instead, has earned his stripes as an independent artist.

In his latest video, Planet Asia makes it crystal clear how he’s feeling about major record companies these days. The visual for “Cutt,” from The Tonite Show, his collaborative project with DJ Fresh, shows P.A. spitting lyrical bullets while two masked men make the rounds, kidnapping what are presumed to be executives from the major record companies Capitol, Def Jam, Island and Universal Republic. The execs are thrown into a van and driven to a location where they meet with a very unfortunate ending. Take a look.

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