Nick Grant's “Get Up / The Sing Along” singles featuring WatchTheDuck and Ricco Barrino and production from Organized Noize get visuals for fans consumption. The video begins with southern MC's "Get Up" single. Grant is at an old school bar that looks like it's from Grease. He grabs the mic and tears the house down while others get their groove on.

The video transitions to "The Sing Along" and viewers see Nick Grant attending a church sermon. The two videos were wonderfully directed by Bryan Barber, who was the man behind the camera for Outkast's cinematic film debut Idlewild. Watch the video for “Get Up/The Sing Along" above.

Last month the Epic Records artist decided to create his own version of Solange’s new album A Seat at the Table. Grant touched on why he released his A Seat at the Table Plus One EP.

“I was extremely inspired by Solange’s project that it forced me to write,” Grant said. “It enabled me to dig deeper within myself and become a more personal artist. I connected with her words and felt her emotions; hopefully my spin on the music will do the same for somebody else.”

The new EP features Nick Grant rapping over four instrumentals off of Solange’s LP.

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