Jarren Benton, Hopsin and Locksmith connect in the "Killin My Soul" visuals.
It's now been two weeks since Funk Volume's Atlanta representative, Jarren benton, dropped off his EP Slow Motion Vol. 1. Since then, we've spoken to the coonskin cap-wearing MC about the new release, as well as his label boss Hopsin's recent retirement prank. Today, the dynamic duo (along with Locksmith) link up for a video for Slow Motion cut "Killin My Soul."
Opening with a shot of a cross, the video goes on to show Benton living in squalor in a rundown bus, and also chilling with a burning piano in a dank-looking cavern. Funk Volume's known for its grimy, non-materialistic take on hip-hop, and the "Killin My Soul" video hammers home that point pretty clearly.