Watch Keith Ape's Visuals For "Swanton Bomb"

A montage of wrestling clips.

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Korean rapper Keith Ape has unveiled the video for his newest track, “Swanton Bomb.” Paying tribute to wrestler Jeff Hardy and his acrobatic flip, the visuals compile vintage WWE clips featuring the wrestling move, along with painful chair shots. Overlaid with trippy graphics of spinning flames, coffins and illustrated rendition of Hardy’s portrait, take a look at the 88rising-produced video above.

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