Watch "Bring It To A Halt," the 2nd single off Vursatyl's upcoming "Crooked Straights."
Portland rapper and Blackalicious affiliate Vursatyl brings us the video for "Bring It To A Halt," the second single off his forthcoming album Crooked Straights.
Vursatyl is 24 but has the appearance and wisdom of a much older rapper. He uses the video to let lesser rappers know that they are whack, it's all their fault, and they should just quit now. Also, watch out for a cameo from Muppets' curmudgeonly duo Statler and Waldorf.
Crooked Straights is my conflict," Vursatyl says. "This gold chain wearing, clothes hound, fly guy is 'Crooked.' He’s also something of a taboo in conscious Hip Hop. But I also strive to keep things positive, both in mind and word. That's the 'Straights.'"
Crooked Straights is due out May 12, pre-order the album on iTunes and check out the video for its ultrasmoov lead single "Super" below.