Following the release of his Weather or Not album back in January, Evidence drops off a new music video for his "Powder Cocaine" record with Slug and Catero from the project.

The visuals for the Alchemist-produced track features the Los Angeles rapper making it rain after breaking a pill capsule in half, which brings life to the neighborhood around him. Evidence sits on a high stairway in the Jason Goldwatch-directed video while they spit their lyrics as they watch different scenarios take place in the city, as well as throughout the galaxy. There's even a little boy who plays on a small, pink piano in a fancy ensemble.

Evidence previously delivered his Weather or Not LP, which was met with critical acclaim from his fan base. The project contains features from the likes of Styles P, Rapsody, Jonwayne, Krondon and many more. Prior to the album's release, he dropped off singles such as  "10,000 Hours" and "Throw It All Away."

The album followed in the footsteps of his previous collab with Alchemist, Lord Steppington, which dropped in 2014.

Be sure to watch the artistic music video for Evidence's "Powder Cocaine" record with Slug and Catero below.

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