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Even if you’re moving independently, the quality of your your music, and videos, should never suffer. This concept applies to heralded underground MC Homeboy Sandman who drops a visual for “Sputnik” off of his First OF A Living Breed album.

The Boy Sand kicks stream of consciousness flows over plodding chords hooked up by producer Howard Lloyd on the song while the clip’s treatment finds him running around town like a private investigator. We’re not sure who or what he is exactly looking for, though.

Released via Stones Thrown Records, you can cop First Of A Living Breed off iTunes.Watch the Joseph R. Neigh IV video for “Sputnik” below.


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