Xavier Wulf Is a Trippy Samurai in New Video for "Check It Out"

The East Memphis spitter continues to make waves.

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After joining forces with Skepta in liberating the hard-hitting remix to “Check It Out” back in January, the beloved East Memphis spitter is now taking fans on a psychedelic voyage in this new music video for arguably the biggest song to date. The video opens with Xavier Wulf riding solo as he treks down a dark alley before random colors start appearing, eventually cutting to a scene of him rocking out in front of a capacity crowd. In between the clips, you’ll also see Xavier channeling his inner samurai as he wields a brolic katana blade ready for some action.

Meanwhile, the video was directed by his long-time visual collaborator Kariuki and can be watched entirely above. In case you missed it, it may also be worthwhile to check out Xavier’s recent collaboration with Bones called “Crashlanding” that began making its rounds back in November.

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