The fierce, often hilarious noise rapper—imagine some arch fusion of Paul Mooney, Willie D, and Rammellzee—just put out a video for a new song titled 'I Might Vote 4 Donald Trump,' featuring rapper Freaky (imagine Freestyle Fellowship and ICP collaborating) and a trappy, musique concrète beat. In the video, directed by Jeff Rettberg, you see JPEG and Freaky and friends riding around a Bel Air, Maryland cul-de-sac, waving and occasionally wearing Donald Trump signs as terrified suburban onlookers stare them down and one old, scary-ass white man peers from his window gripping a gun. Other clips overlook the group and suggest the surveillance state.
'I Might Vote 4 Donald Trump' will be on a collaborative EP with Freaky titled "Second Amendment." The video premiered over at Noisey along with an interview with JPEGMAFIA conducted by Action Bastard.