The last thing a rapper wants is for their listeners or peers to question their credibility. And this issue doesn't even have to do with their ability to flip weight, or how much paper they get on a daily basis. It's about who they are as an individual. If they're not keeping it real, chances are they won't last long. Ratking have brought this topic to light in their new music video "100." The video is directed by Arvid Logan and finds the New York trio ripping the mic while staying true to their roots. Ratking may not blow up anytime soon, but that's besides the point. As long as they're keeping it 100, they can't lose. 

Ratking are currently at work on their first full-length project which will be released through XL Recordings.

[via Fader]

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