Ras Kass & King Midas Clique Are Setting off Alarms on Police Brutality (Video Premiere)

Last year, Ras Kass released Blasphemy, a collaborative album with Apollo Brown, a widely acclaimed effort that wonderfully paired the Carson, California MC’s mastery with the Detroit producer’s soulful, boom-bap. Now, the former is gearing up for another Mello Music LP, this time a collaborative effort with Jack Splash, a Los Angeles musician whose production and songwriting discographies belie his relative low profile (his work includes Alicia Keys’ “Teenage Love Affair,” John Legend’s “P.D.A.,” Kendrick Lamar’s “Now or Never,” and Cee Lo Green’s “Fool For You”). Together, Ras Kass and Jack Splash are Semi Hendrix and on October 16, the duo will release their debut album, Breakfast at Banksy’s.

As if Rassy wasn’t busy enough, today he is featured in a video for another collaboration premiering exclusively on Ambrosia for Heads. The King Midas Clique are a Bakersfield, California duo who have demanded the attention from Heads thanks to their self-titled debut released earlier this year. Comprised of Eddie Brock and Doc Holliday, the King Midas Clique enlisted the help of veteran MCs Fashawn, Planet Asia, and Ras Kass, making it a true California affair (the album also features Rapper Big Pooh, among others). In “Sirens,” the Clique enlists the help of Ras Kass to voice frustrations surrounding the seemingly endless instances of police brutality in this country. Check out the searing video below.

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