The video for “Streets So Ugly,” which features Mak and is the first audiovisual release from the Bronx rapper Al-Doe and producer Mak’s recently released collaborative album Drunk in Vegas, was released on March 26.
Al-Doe and Mak wax poetic on their individual hard-knock truths as the Wolph Creations-directed film follows Al-Doe around the streets of New York City. The video takes on a gritty perspective-is-reality point of view and follows Al-Doe. “People are used to me giving them the hardcore street sh*t, but I have a lot of range when it comes to flows and melodies, so I just wanted to show that growth and versatility,” Al-Doe says of his new long-playing album (LP). He goes on to describe Mak, a previous collaborator, as “a super dope new Harlem artist who focuses mainly on hooks and flows, but can really do it all.”
Check out the music video for “Streets So Ugly“.