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Watch Durag Dynasty’s ‘Fish Meat’ Video Featuring Prodigy

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A gully track deserves an equally gully set of visuals, right? Right, and that’s just what we have here with Durag Dynasty‘s new ‘Fish Meat’ video featuring Prodigy of Mobb Deep.

When the clip opens with Prodigy cooking up some goods in the kitchen, you might assume it’s just your run-of-the-mill, drug-centric clip. But once the trio of Planet Asia, Killer Ben and TriState make their way into the video, things get especially interesting.

‘Fish Meat’ essentially unravels into an all-out brawl between some masked ninjas, the rappers, and their enemies. It’s violent, grimy, and everything you’d expect from a track like this.

You can watch the ‘Fish Meat’ video below. It’s off Durag Dynasty’s Alchemist-produced ’360 Waves.’

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