U.K. rapper Kid Bookie grabs Nassan and Christie for "Premonition," the video for their recent single. The clip finds the rappers going in over a hard beat by Zeph Ellis, rapping in front of a dark background punctuated by spots of light. Each rapper takes their turn stepping up to the mic, running through the track with motor-mouth speed. The dramatic clip is directed by Wowa and Astro, and even features some old school technology. In the middle of the video, they bust out an old VHS tape, turning the visuals into grainy, throwback format.
The song lives on Kid Bookie and Christie's recent mixtape You'll Rate Me When I'm Dead, which dropped back in June. Although Kid Bookie hails from London, he's been making some major connections across the pond. He linked up with Crooked I of Slaughterhouse and former D12 member Kuniva back in 2014 for their track "Evolution," which also featured U.K. artists like Scruffizer, Lady Leshurr, and Dot Rotten.
You can watch the video for Kid Bookie, Nassan, and Christie's "Premonition" f/ Zeph Ellis in the video above, and catch up on Kid Bookie and Christie's You'll Rate Me When I'm Dead mixtape below via SoundCloud.