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Did Quadie Diesel Dropped Raging Video for “GANGSTER”?

Delaware rapper Quadie Diesel pleasure himself on making “in your face music,” a hostile, inflexible style that’s on full show in the music video for his new single “GANGSTER.” Though the ChaseTheMoney-produced trail clocks in at just over two minutes, it’s full of just head-knocking 808s and vicious, intentionally off-beat rhymes to load a song twice its length. “I would describe my music as just like tough, the sh*t you wanna hear for real,” says Quadie. “Just let loose and listen.”

Over the chorus-less course of “GANGSTER,” Quadie Diesel raps in long streams of consciousness that usually tumble over the end of a bar — making for an impressive rhyme scheme with no fixed beginning or end. Highlights involve boastful anecdotes about how his product has customers lined up around the block and a roll call of inquiries that test his opponents’ street credibility.

The video itself is an activity in rowdiness, full of Quadie’s cars, female associates, and friends. If you look nearly, you’ll spot Earl Sweatshirt, Na-Kel Smith, Matt Ox, and KEY!, a star-studded lineup that Quadie says was totally organic. “All the quick cameos you see in the vid was really as natural as it looks,” he quips. “We all linked earlier at my studio session then headed to the video shoot, so everybody you see was just having fun that day.”

Check out the video for “GANGSTER” below.

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