Divine Council, the four-man music collective that's based in Richmond, dropped some new funky visuals for one of their new songs. In the music video for Lord Linco's "Rolie Polie Olie," the crew take a stroll around the neighborhood and smok on something loud. The color treatment of the video is what makes the visuals standout. It basically looks like the sky is made of actavis. Watch the video for "Rolie Polie Olie" above.

$ilkmoney, Cyrax!, Lord Linco and Chicago-based rapper/producer ICYTWAT make up Divine Council. The crew is starting to pick up serious momentum and have garnered a praised by fellow artists such as Erykah Badu and André 3000. Divine Council recently signed to Epic Records and will soon release their debut collective label project titled Council World this month. In a recent interview with Noisey, Linco discussed how Divine Council got their name and their image..

"I just thought it would be a good idea to have a collective of artists," he said. "We could all come together, but we could all do our solo shit. So we're just bringing each other to the top as we all go. It's a team effort. As far as the name, I wouldn't say I'm religious, but I'm just real conscious when it comes to spiritualism. Divine Council, you can tell by how it sounds. Council: It's a team. It's a force, you feel me."

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