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Kryple – It’s Ok ft. Peter Jackson [Video]

Edmonton, AB – Edmonton MC Kryple (of Doom Squad) teamed up with Toronto’s Peter Jackson to bring us some fresh new visuals for the track “It’s Ok” off Kryple’s upcoming second solo album release. The beat on the track was produced by Kryple, which is always dope. And the video was directed and edited by G-Dot. Check it out below.

Kryple – It’s Ok ft. Peter Jackson [Video] - HipHopCanada.com

This is a ferociously hungry track. But it’s also hopeful, and brutally honest—like when Kryple admits that he just wants someone to hug him when he’s down. Or when he verses about how he’s embarrassed to ask for handouts. And how he’s become overly self-sufficient. And then Peter Jackson comes in on his verse and dishes about the transition from poverty and stealing, to making some serious bank. So it looks like the moral of the story is that it’s ok.

Also of note: please take a moment to watch the first few seconds of the video to peep the opening credits so that you can appreciate the polishedness that is Kryple’s handwriting. And keep it locked because Kryple is dropping his new project in spring 2014. Get ready for it.


Twitter: @Kryple | @PeterJackson905

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