"Southsiders" - Atmosphere [YouTube Official Music Video + Lyrics]

Alicia Miller

by Alicia Miller

Published August 13, 2014

Whoever thinks that training wheels can't be badass needs to take a look at Atmosphere's newest video. The Minneapolis duo took to the streets of their hometown for "Southsiders."

Rapper Slug and DJ Ant weren't alone in the Southside of Minneapolis, though. Along with some anonymous neighborhood residents, Slug and Ant enlisted the help of the toughest group of kids I've ever seen. And what do you do with a group of kids that tough? You face off in a water fight of epic proportions, of course. Complete with water balloons and giant Super Soakers, rapper Slug (who appropriately wears a "Coolest Dad Ever" tee) was tragically defeated by these unforgiving youngsters as Ant sat idly on the sidelines sunbathing. Aside from the fun-loving, summer vibes in the video though, the track itself is also pretty hard. "I went to hell just to threaten the devil / And separate horns like bass and treble," Slug effortlessly raps as he sit on the hood of a Cadillac. Check out the video for yourself above, via YouTube.

"Southsiders" is the title track from Atmosphere's eighth album, out now on iTunes. For Atmosphere's latest music, news, and video head over to their Zumic artist page.




Source: Rhymesayers Entertainment YouTube Channel

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