Dizzy Monks Entertainment just flipped the switch and dropped new visuals in support of singles with Ginger Trill, D(US)T, Young Nativv and TopGogg for their respective features but it's not just a normal music video, no.
They went ahead and shot a short film and it opens in an unknown location as a cult gathers with candles in hand for what appears to be a ritual. The video then changes to an office setting before transitioning to an 80s disco themed party for We Ouchea featuring Ginger, TopGogg, Young Nativv and Marley Bloo. We're then taken to the future in the second video for Sneakerbustin' with TopGogg and the transition is carried on through the rest of the nine-minute visuals for Intro, Trippin' Out, and Already Know. This is dope and pretty cost effective if you ask me, why drop five music videos when you can combine and release them all at once? Genius!