The musicality of "Meat Jun" is perfect for the clip, which was filmed at GirlGrabbers' Headquarters. "Meat Jun" is a standout track from Love to Give, and the production rides an easy wave throughout the video'. This joint might make your head spin a little, but the story is easy to follow.
Working with Konsequence, Kid Hum was impresed by the young video director's dedication to hip-hop and says that and his genuine smarts about his craft is what made the process so seamless. "Working with Jeremy is a blessing," declares Hum. "He is extremely smart and has a great work ethic. His dedication to hip-hop is truly inspiring. I would invoke Nipsey Hussle to describe Jeremy; he is a man on a Marathon."
With the exception of one snippet, The Beet Tape is the only collection of sample-free music Hum has released so far. "I almost used a different name for The Beet Tape," he reveals, "because it is the only collection of sample-free music I have released so far. The only obvious exception is 'Brains,' which is just a little Hall and Oates sample I threw on the album for transitional purposes. In fact, 'transitional purposes' would be a great way to sum up my reason for making both Love to Give and The Beet Tape."
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