Few rappers have been busier in recent months than Sniper Gang‘s Jackboy, releasing videos at a rapid pace. On Friday, Jackboy connected with director Cassius King for the “Bring The SWAT” video. It’s a cinematic adventure – Jackboy enlists two baddies to handle the work and count the money while he taunts law enforcement officers to, “bring the SWAT.” They do, but Jack is two steps ahead, leading them to an empty scene with the only trace of Jackboy being a Haitian flag. Little do they know Jack was there, clad in SWAT gear, and narrowly escaping by pretending to be one of them.
“Bring The SWAT” is the latest in a string of quality videos from JACKBOY, the Pompano Beach, FL rapper’s self-titled new project. Marked by production from Tay Keith, Kid Hazel, Go Grizzly, TNTxD, and many others, JACKBOY reflects the artist’s wide-ranging tastes (he listens to Adele and Ed Sheeran more than he listens to any rapper), with instrumentals that range from minimalist percussion to East Asian tinge to hyperactive synth. The project inspired a long list of successful video singles, in which “Bring The SWAT” is no exception.