There are certain things you get used to ignoring when you live in the city long enough. Street performers are one of them. However, passing up on a street performance from Statik Selektah, Joey Bada$$ and Freddie Gibbs is a huge mistake. That's the scenario in the video for 'Carry On,' a cut off Statik's new album, 'What Goes Around.'

The fluttering saxophone on the track sounds like a sonic morsel of the city life, and that's the theme for the Guy Blelloch-directed visual. As the two rappers perform in front of a clear VHS-quality camera in Washington Square Park in New York City, the video follows other street performers and people just going through everyday life. Keep your eyes out for a cameo by Brooklyn rhymer Buckshot.

'What Goes Around,' Statik Selektah's sixth solo album, just hit stores today (Aug. 19).