‘Drunk’ represents the first video from the upcoming EP And The Phone Was On Silent from duo Noah Vinson & Frank Ramz. As expected from the title of the song, the visuals pay close attention to the theme of the song’s animated vibe. Pretty entertaining.
You know the saying, “liquor is the truest definition of truth serum,” as at times, it often shows off a side a person may have never seen of an individual before. While some remain unfazed from their downing of hard liquor, others undergo a metamorphosis that the late Franz Kafka would deem insanely out of this world. Well, the lyrical tandem Noah Vinson and Frank Ramz, who both hail from the Boogie Down, let those inebriating bottles of Hennessy and Ciroc get the best of them, and as seen on their newest visual for the intoxicatingly-blazing single “Drunk,” the boys flex a little too hard on some plain clothed cops – and let’s just say, it doesn’t end too well for Mr. Ramzy and Emperor NV.
In what appeared to be all fun and games in the beginning, well, turns out to be a long day behind bars following their broad daylight drunken display. But before the emcees got tagged with handcuffs by some of NYPD’s finest, they put on quite the raucous performance in the aforementioned clip, going, for lack of better words “bonkers” in the video, and
turning up to the max in the process. The Qu’ality directed video serves as the first official single from the duo’s forthcoming EP, And the Phone Was on Silent, arriving online in the coming months. After their upcoming show on November 5th with the Kamostyle posse in Vermont, the pair will then return behind the screen to shoot a visual for their second EP offering “Citadel,” which will subsequently be followed by another video to their street single “On God,” featuring ReQ Cartier and Wordsmiff.