Talib Kweli, Problem & Bad Lucc Make A Minimalist Video All About Mic Rocking

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Talib Kweli’s “Pay Ya Dues” is the latest Indie 500 song to get the visual treatment. The record pulls talent from Brooklyn, New York to South Central, Los Angeles—as Compton’s Problem and nearby Bad Lucc guest on the track.

For a song about the elemental approach to getting your name up and out, these three MCs simply kick their verses on a medium lit stage (with special backdrops) for the world to see and process.

The record is produced by Eric G, of the Soul Council.

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