VIDEO: “About You” – The Physics (dir. by 96)

The Physics dropped the excellent one-off “About You” back in early March and followed-up the audio yesterday with an equally sterling music video directed by the 96 collective. In the clip, Thig refines low-key stunting which has become so vital to his public persona, Justo enjoys a sandwich and elicits a chorus of “Awwws” when he’s shown holding his baby daughter, and a grip of local kids sing the word “Love” which adds even greater warmth to a song that already immediately connects to the heart. Singer Camila Recchio brings it all home with her affecting chorus. The Physics remain Seattle’s most sophisticated and effortlessly cool hip-hop groups — scratch that, musical groups — doing work.

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VIDEO: “Movin’ It On” – Def Dee (dir. by 96)

Night lights, city streets. A (brief) new clip from producer Def Dee. Somehow this dude’s shit gets looser and tighter at the same time. Does that make sense? More importantly, does it sound scatological? Check out his recent Deja Vu compilation album.