Kur Works Inside a Trap House in “Smokers” Video
The Philadelphia MC drops the video for his "Smokers," which features him inside of a run-down trap house filled with customers looking to buy his product. As he tells stories of growing up around the harsh parts of the drug game, Kur stays in the kitchen. He's got his eye on the smokers awaiting him to come back into the living room with their purchase.
The "Smokers" video was directed by Rick Nyce, who frequently collaborates with Kur on his visuals. If you recall, the two also worked together on the rapper's "Who Got Game" video last month, which featured him spitting some fire bars on the basketball court.
Earlier this year, Kur explained to XXL why he places emphasis on his trials and tribulations in his music.
"It was a shock to people because people wasn’t saying it exactly how it was or people was sugarcoating it and I just gave my shit to the grit," Kur states. "Y’all gonna hear it. My whole thing when I’m writing, when I’m playing this shit, I want people’s moms to be like, 'Well, what the fuck did he go through?' or 'Why did he say that?' I want people’s heads to turn. So that’s always been my thing. And then I kinda lost myself from doing that, but I’m back on it. I strayed from doing it, now I’m back doing it."
Watch the official video for Kur's "Smokers" record below and be sure to peep his latest Da 9 mixtape if you haven't already.
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