HipHopDX Premiere: Mestizo and The Heavy Twelves have resurfaced with another black-and-white visual. This time, it’s for the track “Tunnel Vision,” which is taken from the collective’s recently released Big Bad Death EP.
Filmed by Frederico Casanova and self-directed by Mestizo himself, the video finds the Los Angeles underground Hip Hop staple posted up in an abandoned train yard in South Philadelphia.
Throughout the video, Mestizo repeats “words can’t touch” on top of The Heavy Twelves’ hazy psychedelic production as he drifts in and out of focus.
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Big Bad Death was released on August 24 via the Connecticut-based label Fake Four, Inc. Founded by Ceschi and David Ramos, the imprint is home to artists like Onry Ozzborn, Factor Chandelier and Bleubird.
Cop the Big Bad Death EP here and watch the “Tunnel Vision” video above.