Black thought is attempting to add a bit of humming in the video for his new track “Conception,” which is one of the songs in his forthcoming EP, Streams Of Thought Vol. 2. Even if the excellent work produces a passionate and robust melody, he will soon return to what he does better than any other in the rap game: spitting rhyme-a-minute, thoughtful bars over Salaam Remi’s back in the days, Marvin Gaye-sampling a heater beat.
“Conception” is directed by Morian Thomas. The song describes a simple scene of a love story between two young adults in the big city, while black thought appears in front of a room full of enthusiastic fans. After a hard day trying to make ends means, the two young lover find themselves in the show, closing their stories. For the time being, this video is exclusive to Tidal, but you can view it for one-time without an account or sign up for a full four minutes.
After a long and successful career with the hip-hop group The Roots, Black Thought finally released his first solo album in the form of Streams Of Thought Vol. 1 earlier this year with the team of 9th Wonder’s Soul Council at the helm. Now with Streams Of Thought Vol. 2, Thought expects the Traxploitation team of Salaama Remiya for new inventive research topics such as love, lust, relationships, history, and culture.
Streams of Thought Vol. 2 will officially be available from November 26th.