Detroit artists Valid and Stretch Money have shared a new visual for their song “The Girls”. A track from their well-received recent album Bill & Isiah, “The Girls” captures a classic Detroit feel with its stylish visual and bass-heavy sound. It’s a potent track that certainly stands out on the Bill & Isiah tracklist, one that combines old-school swagger with progressive, refreshing undertones.
Produced by Pig Pen and DJ JMac, “The Girls” contains a rich, vivid instrumental with rolling bass and lively percussion, which sets a solid foundation for the two emcees charismatic flows. Their lyrical abilities are as sharp as ever on “The Girls”, and they demonstrate a kinetic chemistry throughout. The visual, directed by Jerry Reid and Slander King, captures the track’s sleek stylishness with atmospheric shots using muted, nocturnal coloration. It keeps the viewer glued to the screen with smooth editing and its dynamic style.
“The Girls” music video is another solid release from the prolific duo, and it follows up their strong LP Bill & Isiah. Give it a watch below.