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A big part of L.E.P. Bogus Boys’ independent success has been dropping quality visuals to match their unflinchingly street flavored Hip-Hop music. The latest cut—although a bit delayed since we first heard the track back in April—from Count and Moonie to get the visual treatment is “Kush & Leather,” featuring Rick Ross.

The Chicago duo, along with Rozay, each take a turn flowing over a soulful groove hand crafted by Honorable C.N.O.T.E. for kicking back and enjoying the finer things in life. “Butter so soft you can pour it over popcorn,” spits Count. Watch the Jonah Schwartz directed video for “Kush & Leather” below. 



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