Thelonious Martin’s Wünderkid is easily one of my favorite albums of the year. There’s something about the Chicago producer’s board work – and special guests (Mac Miller, Ab-Soul, Curren$y, etc.) he selected for each track – that just touches the soul. Seriously, if you haven’t heard it yet, do yourself a favor and check it out.
On top of the music, King Thelonious has also been gifting fans with some incredible visuals as well, and today we’re blessed with one for “Wrong Or Right” – an instrumental track off Wünderkid that leads into “BadGuyGoodGuy” with RetcH and Ab-Soul. Serving as the final installment of his three-part vignette (following “Corners Of Your Mind” x “The Home Team“), the ominous clip follows a young tike from his bed to the front door – where something awful is surely waiting.
“The last video is heavily inspired by Mulholland Drive with the tension that is in the video leading up to the big scare,” Martin told Complex. “This final video closes out what was the initial idea of touching upon things we all go through as youth. ‘Corners of Your Mind’ was youthful imagination, ‘The Home Team’ was prime teenage nostalgia, and with ‘Wrong Or Right’ this video is like the visual representation on why you run up the stairs after you cut off the basement light.”
Watch the Simon Davis and Jason Sondock-directed clip above, and as a bonus, I’ve included “Can’t Be Alone” (a bonus instrumental off the vinyl edition of Wünderkid) below as well.