The Lox Get into the Kidnapping Business in New ‘Don’t You Cry’ Video [WATCH]
The Lox pull off a successful kidnapping in their new video for the cut "Don't You Cry," which will presumably be on their forthcoming album Filthy America ... It's Beautiful.
Within seconds of the Mills Miller Media directed-clip, you can see a menacing looking Sheek Louch spit lines in front of the poor guy who was taken, while another man gets gunned down in an alleyway. The whole thing could easily be a mini-gangster movie or a film about a caper or heist.
Afterward, Jada comes in and rhymes while carrying a bat with spikes at the end of it.
"Straight insubordination, cocaine crusades, heroin off vacations / Black tape on an old shotty / My rap resume wrap around your whole body / Legend is a understatement / 'Til they find your whole crew individually under basements," spits the raspy voiced lyricist.
By the time Styles P enters the scene, things don't look any better for the kidnap victim, especially since the talented MC holds a gas container while rhyming. From there, you can probably figure out what happens next.
As we previously reported, the Yonkers, N.Y. trio recently penned a deal with Jay Z's Roc Nation and have already released the singles "What Happens" and "What Else You Need to Know."
Their new album Filthy America ... It's Beautiful will drop in a few days on December 16.
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