DJ SpinKing's latest video, "Clothes Off," brings together two rappers who might otherwise not cross paths. Dipset lifer Jim Jones and his distilled Harlem swagger team up with Atlanta upstart Rich The Kid in what can only be described as a decidedly adult cooking show, complete with coarse white powder and Miami Heat shorts that aren't tailored for coverage. Of course, there's also the epilepsy-inducing nightclub light rigging, the gaudy jewelry, the stacks of playing cards used to line up the coke--face cards only, naturally. Lozer Films, who shot and directed "Clothes Off," are probably not facing any jail time, but might as well be.