Styles P comes through with the lead single off his "G-Host" album.
In true Ghost fashion, Pinero is decked out in all-white Nike attire, juxtaposed against a menacing dark backdrop. Aside from the occasional studio vibe shot, the bulk of the clip transpires bridge-side, silhouetted against the iconic New York skyline. It's a testament to Styles' penchant for gritty & raw hip-hop, which he has ably delivered for over two decades now. For those who peeped his recent G-Host effort, you already know that Styles remains consistent; in some ways, he's even sharper than before, as now he's firmly cemented his OG status.
The Benji Filmz directed clip is relatively straightforward, but it's well suited for The Ghost's aesthetic. Imagine Styles P turning up with a double cup and rainbow coloured dreads. It sounds like something straight out of a horror movie. Be sure to support Styles P by checking out his latest album here. Is P still the hardest out?