Treach, Bumpy Knuckles, Trick Trick & Raekwon Serve Shots Of O.G.ology With No Chaser (Video)

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At the beginning of the year, Treach, Bumpy Knuckles and Trick Trick announced they were joining forces on a project titled O.G.ology. On their Raekwon-assisted first single, “Let Me Tell You Something,” the vets made it clear their mission was to “kidnap the culture,” rescuing Hip-Hop and Boom Bap from the wackness they believe has overtaken them.

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Now, they release the first video from the project, and it is a double dose of what to expect. Part 1 of the 8-minute long visual is for that first single. Treach, Bumpy, Trick and Rae are shown narrating a scene where an actual kidnapping takes place, and the heat is literally turned up on the detainee. In part 2, for their new song “Tequila,” the MCs handle their own business as they pull off a caper that ends with a big payday.

Props on the spot: Ego Trip