Chicago's Hurt Everybody collective continues to open eyes with every release, and this morning, they give fans a double dose of new material to enjoy. First, they debut their new NYC mini-documentary, which was shot by Bryan Allen Lamb, and shows footage of their recent trip to the city, and their co-headlining set at SOBs with Saba. The clip also includes footage of a Lollapalooza after-party concert with Mick Jenkins where they brought out Twista in Chicago, which looked pretty fucking crazy.
In addition to the new mini-doc, the collective has also debuted a new video from Supa Bwe for his "Contacts" video, which is directed by Cole Bennett and will be featured on his upcoming solo project, The Dead Occasion. The video perfectly showcases the group's unique energy, as they take the party to a lavish mansion while they kick it by the pool. Check out Bwe's new video above, and the group's NYC mini-doc below.