Fresh off of the visual-heavy release of "Blank Face," rapper ScHoolboy Q continues to deliver with videos for the album. He recently uploaded a music video to "JoHn Muir," one of the more vivid and descriptive songs on the project. These new visuals complement the track's feel.
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcV3jIqKznc]This new music video comes after the July 8 release of "Blank Face," which featured a three part movie containing three songs off the album. This is not the first time Q's label, Top Dawg Entertainment, has been involved in creating well-crafted visuals. From Kendrick Lamar's "Alright" and "God Is Gangsta" to Jay Rock's "Vice City," the label often creates solid videos to accompany their artists' songs.
In "JoHn Muir," the video takes on an interpretation of the storytelling ScHoolboy tells during the song. The video covers a day in the life of someone living in the streets from the perspective of the car they use. The end of the video proves, though, that the street life comes full circle eventually.