Check out Ace Hood's new double video for "To Whom It May Concern" & "Came With The Posse."
It had been four long years since Ace Hood last hit fans with a new album, Trials & Tribulations, but thankfully that all changed back in August when the Florida rapper returned from his musical hiatus with a new 13-song mixtape called Trust The Process. "Business, just business. A lot of things that I went through on the business side and the personal side as well. I was just trying to figure out my label situation and what my future would look like in the music industry as an artist,” Ace said about his absence from the industry.
Ace informed us that Trust The Process was only the first installment of a Trilogy series, which will find the release of an official album in a year or so. But before that arrives, he’s got some promoting to do first for August’s Trust The Process tape. On Friday, the former We The Best rapper decided to hit us with a double video today for the songs “To Whom It May Concern” & “Came With The Posse.”
Here’s what Ace had to say about the first video "To Whom It May Concern"...“The house represents my reflection on the past as I write one final letter to myself. The older photos symbolize my evolution as a man, father and artist while bringing you in on my journey and inside of my world.”
Speaking on the second video "Came With The Posse," Ace later added....“Football is a huge part of Florida’s culture and my running with the ball in the video represents my carrying around a part of my past since, I also used to play the game as an athlete,” says Ace, who had NFL dreams before suffering a knee injury while playing safety for Deerfield Beach High School in Pompano Beach, Fla. “It’s an energy-driven song just like the game of football is and I wanted to create something light, fun and different. During a game of football you’re wit da homies… ya posse and you’re coming to shut shit down on the field. I have the same attitude when it comes to my music.”
Check out the official videos (above) and let us know what you think.