Exactly what happens when you bring together some of South Florida’s most fruitful, emerging artists for one raunchy visual? Well, you land yourself on MTV (via RapFix Live) and win over a guy like Waka Flocka Flame who has been supplying “hood-anthems” since his early beginnings. Accruing over 1.2 million+ views on YouTube, “Threatz” served as the lead single for Denzel Curry’s Nostalgic 64 album. Accompanied by Raider Klan’s Yung Simmie and Robb Bank$, the music video transformed an abandoned military base in the Florida Everglades into an adaptation of “Planet Namek”, primarily thanks to directors Unkleluc and FXRBES.
With a plethora of Tumblr .gif’s based on this very same video, it’s clear as day that “Threatz” (produced by Ronny J) is a fan-favorite (aside from being an exceptionally viral-friendly piece of work). Some people don’t see it just yet, but this offering will be looked upon as monumental in the immediate future. This visual was an indisputable breakthrough for Miami’s underground scene, and hopefully we will be able to witness its full expansion in the forthcoming year.