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Naturally Born Strangers Release Fine Art Rendition Video For “Jameson Ave”

From the Sistine Chapel to Da Vinci’s The Last Supper mural, the music video for “Jameson Ave” takes inspiration from the long-gone era of classical art and applies old tropes to a new reality. Featuring a lot of lot of drunken partygoers, naked women, and even a marauding Rob Ford –all re-imagined as baroque paintings come to life– the video is rap culture meets fine art. Watch here.

Together, Toronto rappers Rich Kidd, Tona, and Adam Bomb make up the hard-hitting hip-hop trio Naturally Born Strangers. Their 2014 full-length debut, The Legends League Presents: Naturally Born Strangers, conceptualized in collaboration with the cult streetwear brand The Legends League, earned NBS a Juno Award for Best Rap Recording.

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