Damon Jamal and Droop-E really seem to have struck the perfect visual note with their recent video projects together, always using the bountiful Bay Area as a poignant backdrop, keeping the edits as graceful as possible and letting the music do all the heavy lifting. Earl Stevens Jr as ever the quiet, classy laidback genius to his father's flamboyant hyper-slanguisticness, equally doesn't thrust himself in your face but rather lets the vibe prevail, something guest feature Kendrick Lamar totally overstands, blending in and adding more quality to the quality. Another triumph for music and the Bay Area.