Xavier Wulf & Bones Reconnect for Gritty "CrashLanding" Video

The first record off the ‘Krater’s Atlas’ project.

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Fresh off the release of last month’s 16-track Failure project, Bones reconnects with his TeamSESH brother-in-bars Xavier Wulf for the new “CrashLanding” video.

Directed by Tyrus Creek, the clip for the Vegard-produced Krater’s Atlas track “CrashLanding” fits in well with its creators’ lo-fi, gritty visual aesthetic. Most importantly, Xavier Wulf and Bones deliver nothing but slick, hard-hitting flows on their latest collaborative cut; both artists have mastered a multitude of styles over the past few years, and they’re getting sharper with time. When it comes to the HollowSesh family, you would be hard-pressed to find a more influential and active movement in the contemporary rap underground.

You can check out the video for Bones and Xavier Wulf’s “CrashLanding” collaboration above, and keep an eye out for the arrival of Krater’s Atlas. Earlier this year, Bones also dropped a dark, chaotic video for “TheDeadMansTrunk.”

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