Fresh off releasing his highly-anticipated fifth solo album, Ignatius, nearly two weeks ago, Jadakiss is back with the premiere through Vevo of the Trey Lyons-directed video for one of the albums most standout tracks, Huntin Season. A very boastful track with Pusha T, where over the distorted drums, organs and horns, the legendary emcee and his collaborator on the track, Pusha, declare war and it huntin’ season against fellow emcees on the very boastful single. Which also proves why the two emcees are two of the best out right now and of all-time when it comes to straight up bars and lyricists.
The very eerie and deadly cinematic visual opens with a warning about the controversial lyrics that forced both artists to take the track down from iTunes and all DSPs nearly three weeks ago when it was first released, just days after the untimely and unfortunate death of rapper Pop Smoke. The murderously eerie and cinematic clip then finds Kiss in a mansion with nothing but dead bodies lying around. The plush pad looking like something straight out of the movie, Get Out, goes on to find King Push hopping out of a totaled car in the woods, by the estate. As he prowls through the remote area, where he eventually enters the estate to join Kiss at a lavish feast served with bullets and a lifeless victim seated at the table.
The eerie deadly and cinematic visual then sees night fall, as lightning depicts more deceased victims scattered throughout the estate and the two collaborators gear up for another hunt. Appropriately the visual then ending with a tribute to Pop Smoke.