Bas Drops a Dark Visual For “Night Job” Featuring J. Cole

Although Kendrick Lamar’s Untitled Unmastered took over March 4, I have yet to hear anything bad about Bas’ Too High To Riot, which also dropped the same day.  One of the standouts on the project was definitely “Night Job” featuring J. Cole and today, Bas has dropped the visual for it.

The gritty visual shows Queens native Bas and head of the Dreamville team J. Cole rapping over a Jeremih and Shlohmo sample, both wearing black hoodies dodging in and out of the dark shadows.  Too High To Riot has features from Cozz, J. Cole, and The Hics and if you haven’t heard it, you can stream the project under the video.  Hit us up on Twitter – @SwaysUniverse  – and let us know what you think.

Bas gets personal: being pushed by J. Cole, Donald Trump, & breaks down lyrics from Too High To Riot when he stopped by Sway in the Morning.


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