P.O.S. drops "Get Down" video featuring Mike Mictlan
After the rather sobering news that P.O.S. dropped on all of us on Friday, today Stef and the rest of his Doomtree and Rhymesayers cohorts are in an understandably good mood, as We Don't Even Live Here finally hits the streets. To celebrate the release of his record, P.O.S. has just dropped a brand new video for one of the definite bangers on his new album, "Get Down," which features Mike Mictlan as well as a whole crew of Twin Cities dancers.
And the good news doesn't just stop there. P.O.S.' Record Release show at First Avenue on Friday night has completely sold out, which hopefully gives Stef a clear idea about all of the love and support that the Twin Cities music community has for him. With all P.O.S. shows canceled for the foreseeable future, Friday night should prove to be quite a special night for both Stef and all of his fans.
The "Get Down" video was directed by Beests, and edited by JoLynn Garnes. It features Stef and Mike getting loose and making faces along with a whole host of festive dancers and music fans. The track has long been a live staple in both P.O.S. and Doomtree's live sets, and now the studio track of the fiery number gets an amped-up official clip.
So, get out there today and check your local independent record store for a copy of We Don't Even Live Here, or buy it directly from Fifth Element (where P.O.S. will be doing a performance/signing later today), get it digitally at all the big online retailers, or just head over to the house of that friend of yours who has great taste in music and get them to play the record--just turn that album up, dance your ass off, and make sure you show up in a party mood at First Avenue on Friday night ready to give P.O.S. lots of love and support.
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