P.O.S. F**k Your Stuff Video – The Rebellion Caught on Camera

This is a full-on assault on your senses from midwest rapper P.O.S. The video to F**k Your Stuff comes across like a mini revolution in full flow but set to music and looks like it was a hoot to make. Musically this is strong with some powerful hooks and the lyrics ring out like gunfire at his many targets.

“Fuck dumbing it down/spit ice/skip jewellery/ molotov cocktails on me like accessories/ I am really raw – I ain’t seen a mirror in a month.”


P.O.S is not happy with our (and rap’s) addiction to the materialistic side of life. He’s not happy with the brands that feed that addiction either. It’s all carried out though with style, wit and a hint of a knowing smile. He even manages to include Christopher Hitchens in his rap alongside talking about how to make a bomb. Yep he’s clever but he’s genuinely angry too.

F**k Your Stuff is the first single from the album ‘We Don’t Even Live Here’ which is due out 5 November (great day for it) on Rhymesayers Entertainment. The album features many guest contributions respected quarters including Boyz Noise & Housemeister & Bon Iver.

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www.facebook.com/yeahrightpos  &   www.rhymesayers.com/pos

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