ScHoolboy Q’s new album Blank Face LP is the talk of the town. Arguably more impressive than the album are the cinematic music videos Q has put out to date, “By Any Means” (Pt. 1) & “Tookie Knows II” (Pt. 2), which are based on the robbery that landed him in jail in the mid-’00s.
Monday morning, Q shared the third and final installment of the series: “Black THougHt.” It’s the most high-concept of the three. It begins with a court room scene in which Q is being tried for robbery and is subsequently offered a deal. The music kicks in, and Q raps from the confines of a mansion-turned-correctional facility. We’ll leave it up to you to interpret the visuals.
Peter Sobat is the owner/creator of Blurred Culture. Peter holds a MFA in Digital Technology and has worked in media for the past 15 years. He is the creator of several viral hits such as “The SmokeBox” , “The Devin The Dude Show” and “Live with Steve Lobel”.