Fiendin' for O'Grime?
Good .. 'Cause L.Rey and Niko are back in the kitchen, fuckin' with the fridge and cookin' up an superpotent batch of promethazine-spiked "neo gothic trap" shit.
The final product's gonna be a mixtape called Fur Coats and Uzis. And it's slated to hit streets in November.
But since we here at Crossfade are helpless O'Grime addicts, L.Rey and Niko have hooked up an exclusive taste with the new Giancarlo Loffredo-directed vid for lead single "Juice."
Produced by Niko, "Juice" is a druggy instrumental wet dream. So obviously, the vid's gotta be fraught with pitbulls, bitches, food fetishes, and dozens of other primordial symbols straight outta O'Grime and Gianfranco's collectively twisted unconscious.
"We shot most of the video in a little project building where I live," the director explains. "It was built in 1938. It's haunted. And my vision came from a sexy nightmare."
One unexpected twist ... There aren't any words on "Juice." Though, L.Rey insists, the rest of Fur Coats and Uzis will be overflowing with the usual O'Grime-y verbiage. "Chea!" he hollers. "Our tape will have plenty of the rapping and vocals.
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"This track is quite different from the stuff we've dropped in the past," he adds. "But it still has that YOPPIN YOP YOP energy and the wholehearted swag everyone has grown to love us for."
"For 'Juice,' we were going for a creep vibe. The vibe of putting on your fur coat, grabbing your Uzi, and going to hit a lick and stealing somebody's bitch.
"It has a more cinematic feel, which people can definitely expect to hear more from us."