In April 2015 40ozNYC started the Yearly Run of 40oz events right hosting the first one in Detroit along with APX. Since then the bounce has been in nearly every major city with a few to go. Since the first Detroit bounce the demand has been high for an Encore. Here is the recap from the SECOND Detroit bounce. #40ozBounceDetroit2. special thanks to Entree Lifestyle, Profit Clothing, Iridium Clothing Co, Paraphernalia, NWT$, Colt 45, 40oz NYC and The Baltimore Gallery.
shot and edited by: @Shotbykenny
In his new video for "Pull Up", Earlly Mac isn’t the hero we deserve—he’s the one we need. Donning only a loin cloth and a sword, the Detroit rapper and Big Sean pal channels his inner Kevin Sorbo and travels back in time to battle a cyclops and some slimy demons at a haunted mansion.
The song is an affirmation of where SupaKaine comes from, a place very much at odds with the "corporate stronghold." the video has SK rocking the HNHH hat and rapping it up in dilapidated backyard and on a rocky outcrop out in the woods overlooking a scenic lake.
The video ends with a montage of the good citizens of America overlaid over a SupaKaine sermon, as the Detroit rapper urges his people to "put the fear down."