While Ab-Soul and Mac declare on the hook, "Ab-Soul, the new Eazy-E/That mean Mac is Ice Cube," the inspiration for the video comes from another influential group from the '80s. "The video [is] a play on the Beasties Boys' 'Sabotage.' My version," Chuck tells Complex. "We shot the video Easter on Fairfax...The only day no one was on Fairfax, which was fate." Director Trevor Kane captures this aesthetic well in the video that sees a cameo from Smoke DZA.
Chuck Inglish's Easily EP is out now on iTunes. His debut solo album Convertibles will be released February 11. That includes features from Mac, Ab-Soul, Chance The Rapper, Chromeo, Asher Roth and Sir Michael Rocks.
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