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More videos like this one, please. Killer Mike drops a video for one of the standout cuts, “Untitled,” from the Atlanta MC’s sonicly searing, lyrically exceptional and critically acclaimed R.A.P. Music album. Pitchfork debuts the righteous rap tune that features Killer Kill spitting his rhymes in a variety of historic images such as a scorned slave, a proud Marcus Garvey and an angry Malcolm X.

“Naked truth like the stripper that’s in front of me/And I keep a blunt and a Bible and a gun on me,” spits Mike. That line captures the duality of any man, whether it’s a blue collar cat or a so-called leader of the community. If you haven’t done so yet, make sure you cop Killer Mike’s R.A.P. Music, which is entirely produced by El-P. Check out the video for “Untitled” after the break.  


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