Friday, March 4th was one of those days where a lot of good hip hop music arrived, and there was something for everyone. For those wanting to rattle the bass settings in their cars, there was 2 Chainz and Lil Wayne’s Collegrove. Kendrick Lamar finally released a compilation of the untitled unmastered songs he’d been performing in public. Smoke DZA and Harry Fraud held the East Coast down with He Has Risen. And, not to be outdone, Bas continued the Dreamville win streak with his second studio album Too High To Riot.
The Fiend returns with a new set of visuals from the album, following up “Methylone” with the J. Cole-guested “Night Job.” Like its namesake, the video takes place well past closing hours with Bas and Cole coming to the rescue of a friend in the most ominously calm way possible.
UPDATE: Bas was a recent guest on ItsTheReal‘s A Waste Of Time podcast. While with them he — as well as J. Cole’s manager, Ib Hamad — talked college life, his affinity for Nike SB Dunks, adventures at Puffy’s Miami mansion, and more.