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J Coop – Sundays Best ft. AM [Video]

Toronto, ONJ Coop just launched new visuals for his track “Sundays Best” off Self Reflection: Do I Stand Out?. The track features some bumping production – courtesy of Matt Law – that’ll take you back to those chill-out house parties filled with plastic red beer cups and good-feel vibes.

The visuals were done by Aurelien Offner and Joffrey Saintrapt. Check it after the jump and head over here to cop a download of Self Reflection: Do I Stand Out?.

J Coop - Sundays Best ft. AM [Video] -

This video is all sorts of fun. Seriously. It’s way cooler than any pour-it-up-with-a-rented-Benz-in-the-background video that ever happened. You know why? Because it shows J Coop throwing the house party that y’all would probably actually want to go to. Aint no party like a J Coop party. ‘Cause the J Coop party don’t stop. There’s even a really intensified game of dominoes. And spoiler alert: Coop’s son makes a cameo appearance in a Nets cap, too. Shout-out to AM on his feature verse, by the way. That was dope.

Twitter: @jcoophiphop

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