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Murda Mook Debuts New Music Video On BOSSIP

Harlem rappers DotMob break down the code of the streets in their new video “Neva Told On Nobody.”

Murda Mook, Dutch Brown and T-Rex’s track, off their new mixtape with DJ Whoo Kid, “Fuxk The Politics,” explains that when it comes to the illegal drug game, the unspoken rule if you get caught is to keep your mouth shut.

“It’s the game, so you play the game,” Mook told BOSSIP. “There’s always a possibility of you getting caught. It’s not an honorable thing to put it on somebody else when they’re not the ones who got caught. “

He added: “There’s a lot of people who have stood tall and have taken it like a man or a woman, where they accept the code. They played the game and they got caught, but then they stood tall by it. But there’s a lot of people who are the complete opposite, where they get caught and they tell on other people, and I don’t believe you could ever justify that.”

Mook said the group wanted to keep the video realistic looking, and it shows them group rolling dice outside a bodega before the cops swoop in and try to make them spill the beans.

The song also pays homage to Guru and DJ Premier of GangStarr, and battle rapper Mook said it’s part of their style – bringing a new sound to old school beats.

“We’re just rapping, showing our skills,” Mook said. “ Cause that’s what the game is really, really lacking, people who just know how to rap.”

DotMob’s mixtape, “Fuxk The Politics,” is available for free download on DatPiff.com and AudioMack.com.

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