The Outfit TX "Type Shit" Video

Posted by , Jun 9, 2016 at 07:33pm

Dallas trio The Outfit TX share a new track and video, "Type Shit," off their upcoming mixtape "Green Lights: Everythang Goin'."


The trio of The Outfit TX are leaders of the burgeoning scene in Dallas, a town that's often overlooked on a national level. The city has already established an exciting and innovative rap culture, a taste of which is provided in The Outfit's new "Type Shit" video. The accompanying track is a new one of the group's upcoming Green Lights: Everythang Goin' mixtape, which will include two previously released Stunt N Dozier-produced club knockers, "Look Into My Eyes" and "Bear Necessities." 

The "Type Shit" video is situated a vast parking lot next to a warehouse that could be an abandoned bingo hall. The stunting takes place in patches of tall grass, in front of old derelict automobiles, and in narrow crawlspaces. It's not exactly a flattering portrait of the city, but the whole aesthetic clearly inspires a dark and gritty Southern sound. The Dallas turn-up looks like quite the experience. 

Stay tuned for Green Lights: Everythang Goin'

Dallas trio The Outfit TX share a new track and video, "Type Shit," off their upcoming mixtape "Green Lights: Everythang Goin'."

The trio of The Outfit TX are leaders of the burgeoning scene in Dallas, a town that's often overlooked on a national level. The city has already established an exciting and innovative rap culture, a taste of which is provided in The Outfit's new "Type Shit" video. The accompanying track is a new one of the group's upcoming Green Lights: Everythang Goin' mixtape, which will include two previously released Stunt N Dozier-produced club knockers, "Look Into My Eyes" and "Bear Necessities." 

The "Type Shit" video is situated a vast parking lot next to a warehouse that could be an abandoned bingo hall. The stunting takes place in patches of tall grass, in front of old derelict automobiles, and in narrow crawlspaces. It's not exactly a flattering portrait of the city, but the whole aesthetic clearly inspires a dark and gritty Southern sound. The Dallas turn-up looks like quite the experience. 

Stay tuned for Green Lights: Everythang Goin'

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