Video: Benga's "Baltimore Clap"
- Words: Thomas Rees
Dubstep producer Benga has a new video out for his "Baltimore Clap" stomper, and it is best described as an animated-yet-dark romp through a clap factory, replete with machines that rip creatures' arms off to create ass-smacking whirligigs and observation jars full of dismembered hands. Kristofer Ström of the UK animation/film studio Blinkink directed the production. Though the vid is certainly not for the kiddies, its existential humor is made for the current climate.
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