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A first look at Morning Star's new video for "Curtains Up" directed by SP Double

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If you haven't seen it yet, Morning Star dropped a new video earlier this week that he shot with SP Double. Taking some time off of working on his album and hosting the Boostwell Boombox on WKRP, SP recently headed out on the town to film a video with Morning Star for "Curtains Up," a track from his upcoming mixtape with DJ Ktone, Good Morning. Armed with a camera and some free time, the two kept it simple. No plot, no theme, no pre-production. Just some rap and some colorful Mile High City graf as the backdrop. Page down to see what they came up with.

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