Premiere: Sheff G and Sleepy Hallow Team Up for "Flows" Video

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Sheff G and Sleepy Hallow have linked again for their new "Flows" video, directed by Nimi Hendrix.

Sheff told Complex how the track, lyrically speaking, is meant to represent a personal journey toward respect from your peers. 

"'Flows' is about elevating your life to the point people respect your new station in life and the course you took to get there, similar to the iconic paper plane the big homie made popular," he said. "Take nothing and make it something."

Sheff, who recently wrapped work on a new mixtape, spoke with Pitchfork earlier this month about the artists who inspired him early on and pointed to Chief Keef as a game-changer.

"Early as I can remember it was 50 Cent and Eminem, automatic," he said. "But everything really changed when the hood found out about Chief Keef. Yo, I remember the first time I heard Keef, I was outside, then suddenly I was walking around and everyone was bumping him."

Previously, Sheff G and Sleepy Hallow dropped their "Automatic" video, also directed by Nimi Hendrix.

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