Seattle/Portland trio, Boom Bap Project celebrates the release of their comeback album, Return Flight, with a sharp new video for standout single “Ink Drips,” which boasts production from Vitamin D, with additional instrumentation supplied by Rachel Panni and Alison Balano. The reflective track sees Karim and Destro explore their journey as hip-hop artists and the reasons they took a break from making music.


The video, directed by the crew at Morning Star Creative, follows the Boom Bap Project as they put in some hours at the WildCraft CiderWorks Brewery in Eugene, OR. Showing the cider-making process as the group’s two emcees, Karim (a/k/a Nightclubber Lang) and Destro, spit lyrically rich verses about stress, pain, and growth. The blue-collar themed visuals not only serve as a metaphor for the grueling labor of chasing your dreams but also give a glimpse of the craftsmanship that WildCraft takes in creating their ciders.

Check out the Ink Drips visuals on YouTube and head over to support the track through your preferred digital retailer or streaming platform. Return Flight is available now for pre-order and hits DSPs on August 13. It will also be available for purchase on vinyl and CD via Fat Beats. The cider is available for sale on the Wildcraft site and Boom Bap Project shows, and it will be in-stores up and down the West Coast come August.

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