The "Bird Flu" video follows two other recent Baltimore hip-hop videos of note. Young Moose, another Baltimore rapper with a swelling movement, was able to post bond earlier this week after a city judge called his confinement (based on alleged drug charges) without bail "cruel and unusual." The black-and-white video for his stomping single, "Dumb Dumb," (contains explicit language) was released last month. Then, a few days ago, 92Q's DJ AngelBaby released the video for her Mighty Mark-produced Baltimore Club single, "Avenue." All three of these songs share a common characteristic in their abilities to evoke strong, uplifted and visceral reactions. Now, we have videos that capture them.