Check out the dope visuals from Yung Menace for his latest single, “Understatement”. Starting off with the familiar Nas sample (‘I’m out for presidents to represent me’), the video showcases a young rapper on the rise with talent to boot. But I think the words from his publicist, My-My, can tell it better. Check for the visuals down below as well!
Following the release of his video for “Bam Bam,” a classic dancehall sampled Hip Hop tune, Yung Menace drops his latest set of visuals. The single “Understatement” boasts a familiar Hip Hop sample that is visually represented in a gritty, authentic, Brooklyn aesthetic. Running parallel to the Golden Era of NYC Hip Hop, Menace delivers a flow that is reminiscent of that time period.
Directed by CEOfilms, the video is shot in black & white to emphasize the classic tone this single and video radiates. As the second release from his upcoming project, Yung Menace continues to display his level of versality as a Hip Hop artist.”