Video: Flow Official - "What Up Kid" (With Free Album Download Link)

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Miami hip hop group Flow Official has just released a new album, the Architects LP, which features Itagui from Locos Por Juana, Malverde, !Mayday!, and L.M.S. What Up Kid is a song off the new album. The members of Flow Official are Omniscient, Emo, A Priest Classik, and Sic Vic, but you can see a whole bunch of local music faces in this video.

The video is directed by Vid Arroyo. Click here to view Flow Official's CD Baby page, where you can purchase tracks or the album.

You can also download their album Free Speech for free by clicking here.

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