The Underachievers drop a new video from their "Renaissance" project.
After dropping off their latest album Renaissance, the Brooklyn-based duo drop the psychedelic video for "Crescendo." The Underachievers are seen mobbing out in front of a soccer field in Brooklyn with their homies and in front of an apartment yard filled with smoke. This video for this is definitely as strong as the song itself, with the minor post-production effects making the visuals pop.
The video was directed by B.U.T.T.A, who is known for working with other NYC artists videos including Troy Ave and Catch 22. He was also responsible for their break-through video "Herb Shuttles." Although this video isn't as hallucinatory as "Herb Shuttles," it definitely fits the aesthetic of The UA brand.