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Official Video: Uncle Sam - Pioneering Burdens


Pioneering Burdens is one of my favorite songs off Get Off My Lawn. On an album about frustration & struggle, it really highlights what's going on behind the scenes, beneath the surface, and the mentality necessary to push forward. With haunting production from Latrell James and a killer hook from Adam Horn, there was no way we could let it slip through the cracks without a proper video. Enter Alexander Hayes, of KTHN fame. I could ramble on and on about this one, but I think the best thing to do is let you press play and come to your own conclusions.




Uncle Sam - International Rap (Feat. Bobby Bangers) [Produced by Dee Lay]

New York City gave birth to hip-hop in 1973 and in the decades since she has travelled the globe, reaching the furthest corners of human existence. Her influnece is undeniable and millions have been touched. Included in that number are the homie Dee Lay & I. I got an e-mail from my brother Ben a while back telling me about this "dope Swiss producer" that I had to check out. A couple clicks later & I was hooked. I scribbled some words on an envelope, recorded a demo on my shitty little computer mic, and International Rap was born. After a few e-mails (and re-recordings), we had a record. All that was left to bring Bobby Bangers on board and as you can hear, he did not disappoint.



Uncle Sam - Center (Produced by Teeba)

Center is a peek into the mindset behind my next project, The Johnny Appleseed EP, which will tell a distinctly different story than GOML. It's not slated to come out until early next year, but I had to get this song out before the temps start dropping. Nothing but feel-good vibes and smooth rhymes on this one. It's also the first collaboration between Teeba & I, who I met at the video shoot for Kid Thinks He's Nice. He's a funky dude and I'm sure this won't be the last time you hear from us. 

As always, I look forward to hearing your feedback.



Who Told You? (Official Video)

This one was a trip to film. Literally. Rose Glen & I were brainstorming a unique location when I came across an article about an abandoned prison camp outside Worcester, Massachusetts. Perfect. The whole theme of Get Off My Lawn revolves around the frustrations of city living. What better way to express that than to shoot the video at a man-made prison re-claimed by nature? 

We knew more or less where we were headed, but finding the place ended up being a bit more difficult than we bargained for. As the roads got less & less maintained, Bakari became more and more convinced that we were driving directly into a horror movie. Water was rationed. Escape routes were planned. Somehow we discovered the site before all Hell broke loose. Composure was regained and we headed back to the city with the footage you see above.




Uncle Sam x Tim Nihan - They Don't Know About It

I've known Tim Nihan for a little while now, and we've been talking about getting in the studio together for almost as long. In the meantime, we noticed that a LOT of people have trouble telling us apart: we're frequently tagged as eachother in photos, and even his Aunt commented on how handsome her nephew (me) looked in one of them. 

We couldn't let this confusion continue, so before we recorded our first track together we sat down to record the above PSA. I'm sure it will make things clearer than ever...

Listen to the final product and watch part two of the video below.

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