#DXCLUSIVE: E-Turn & KRS-One bring the Kids To School With "Today" Video
"Young world" comes via Fake Four, Inc. on the 28th of September.
Growing Orlando-based MC E-Turn has dropped a new video for "Today", with KRS-One. Directed by Varras Tower, the visual begins in a local mall in the inside of a sneaker store where KRS comes on the screen of the television and starts dropping knowledge.
E-Shift comes in with his first verse and instantly demonstrates why she deserves to be here.
"KRS met me when I hopped in a cypher with him in Orlando and he lost his shit," E-Turn tells HipHopDX. "Then, he came out again this year and brought me back to the track for him, that he had an appointment in the beginning of your track-Hip Hop vs Rap.'"
"I told him, 'Yo, this track has you in it, in homage to the real Hip Hop," he continues. "He spat the lyrics of the song for me and to be in the video?' And he brought me and my cameraman to the green room and kicks to all the world that could do it [laughs]."
The rest is history.
E-Time is preparing to release the World's Young people via Fake Four Inc. this fall. Serving as their fourth studio album, the project is backed by the soulful, melodic boom bap of Swamburger of Solillaquists of Sound.
E-the Back is inspired by everyone from Mos Def to Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Nicks, and through her writing, she conveys the urgency, attention, and resilience in the face of pain.
Young people of the World are expected to arrive on the 28th of September.
Pre-order the album here and take a look at the "Today" in the video above.