Inspectah Deck Brings Regulation To Hip-Hop In Cinematic Sci-Fi New Video, Game Don’t Change

Wu-Tang Clan celebrated their 25th anniversary of their groundbreaking classic debut album, Enter the 36 Chambers, last November and have been keeping their legendary legacy alive through various projects since the beginning of last year.  Whether it be the recent four-part mini-docuseries, Wu-Tang: Of Mics & Men, they released with Showtime just a few months ago, touring or new solo material and even compilation projects released from everyone from Ghostface Killah to Method Man, U-God and Masta Killa.  Not to mention the upcoming Hulu original series, Wu-Tang: An American Saga, detailing their rise set for release in September.

While Inspectah Deck, in that time has been one of the busier members of the group.  Whether it be helping with those series and stuff beyond music, he has also been outside of Ghost and Meth one of the busier with releasing new music.  As earlier this year, with the CZARFACE collective he’s apart of he released the collaborative album, Czarface Meets Ghostface, with his fellow Wu brethren, Ghostface.

After not dropping any solo material since 2010, Deck, becomes the latest member to drop new solo material though with his fourth solo album, Chamber #9.  To coincide with the release of the new album today, Rebel INS, just a few days ago released through Vevo the Terminator 2-inspired cinematic new Rock Davis-directed video for, Game Don’t Change.

A mini-movie like new visual that ironically comes just days after Ghost’s own recent new Rock Davis-directed mini-movie type visual.  The new visual finds Rebel INS as a Sci-Fi hero that’s trying to regulate all the wack material coming trying to, change the game of Hip-Hop.  Deck with his T2-like sunglasses transports from the future into present time with the five boroughs as his backdrop.  As with his laser-beam firearm he zaps a stripper, a couple of crocked cops, a drug peddler and an aspiring sack rapper.  Rebel INS’ mission to terminate all wrong currently being done to modern history, but even more specific our great culture of Hip-Hop.  You have to watch the whole visual to see how everything unfolds and if you have to wait for even more after that.