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Q.Burse returns with Lenny Lenn-directed video 'The Puzzle'

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It's been a minute since we've heard from Q.Burse, a former member of the Break Mechanics. Actually the last time he caught a lot of people's attention was when he released the song "Burnin' Bridges," which took a bunch of local hip-hop personalities to task. But that appears to be behind him as he has connected with Lenny Lenn for a video for his new single, "The Puzzle." The song is from his forthcoming album ColoRed Soil, but no release date has been announced. And yes, we do appreciate the homage to Westword in the video. Check it out after the jump.

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