N.E.R.D. & Future Release Socially-Charged Music Video for "1000"
Featuring dialogue from Mike Tyson and former Dead Kennedys frontman, Jello Biafra.
After dropping off one of the album’s most anticipated tracks last week, N.E.R.D. has officially released the video accompaniment to their Future-assisted banger, “1000.” The Todd Tourso & Scott Cudmore-directed video opens up with a disclaimer about the group not supporting or condoning any violence in any shape or form before it transitions into a plethora of anarchic clips ranging from police brutality, protests, news clips and citizens fighting against white supremacists.
The visually-striking music video also features a dance routine identified as “Tutorial No. 2” and dialogue from Mike Tyson and Jello Biafra — the former lead singer and songwriter for legendary punk rock band, Dead Kennedys. Press play to watch above and keep it locked forN.E.R.D.’s come back album, No_One Ever Really Dies, set to release on December 15.
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