Once again, Curren$y and LNDN DRGS are beginning the month with a new music video for a cut off their recent joint project Umbrella Symphony. Specifically, the three artists are following up June’s clip for “Payback” by delivering a visual for “Ghetto Gospel.” Curren$y and LNDN DRGS’ “Ghetto Gospel” video for was put together by director @dexstr8dope__, the same talented videographer responsible for the aforementioned “Payback” piece.
“Art Laboe is the reason that I even started LNDN DRGS, low-key,” LNDN DRGS rapper Jay Worthy revealed to us during a March 2018 interview, sharing some insight into LNDN DRGS’ origins. “I would always be in my car listening to oldies, and then my homie used to have, on the corner of Avalon and El Segundo, he would sell dollar CDs and I would always get a good oldies mix. Between Mark — rest in peace — and Art Laboe, they really created LNDN DRGS. I really got to give it to them.”
“I had everybody up in arms in my comments ’cause I fuckin’ put Yachty [on a song] but that’s fuckin’ the homie and I feel like he can rap,” Curren$y previously told us, explaining how he chooses his collaborators. “Lil Yachty can rap, you have to listen to it. When you play it back and hear the structure of shit, dude can spit.”
You can take a look at Curren$y and LNDN DRGS’ (Jay Worthy and Sean House) new music video for “Ghetto Gospel” above.
For more, revisit Freddie Gibbs and LNDN DRGS’ collaborative visual for “Tomorrow,” which they debuted in December of last year.