By : Dashy
Qari collabs with Cole Bennett for this insane and fun new visual for "Pants From Japan" produced by Mulatto Beats.
After a slight hiatus from doing music videos after he dropped his short project, we haven't seen or heard of much of Qari, that was until yesterday when we were blessed with the long awaited and highly anticipated visual for a track off Qari & Mulatto's tape "Space Jam" titled "Pants From Japan."
If you are unfamiliar with Qari he has a Chicago rapper/hip-hop artist that also has a touch of soul to his music. He was formerly apart of a group titled 'Hurt Everybody' with Supa BWE with Mulatto Beats as well.
This visual depicts Qari walking around his side of the city of Chicago while he is casually rapping, minding his own business. Basically just an everyday life in the shoes of Qari as he sits down in a diner and eats a classic Chicago hot dog. The colors and effects throughout this visual are absolutely amazing and in my opinion fit the vibe of the song perfectly. Cole did one hell of a job putting this one together as it captures the essence of the song perfectly. Hell it may even make the track itself a bit better. Needless to say Qari did not disappoint at all, and we are looking forward to see what Qari has planned for us in the near future as he is an extremely talented young man.
Watch the brand new music video for "Pants From Japan" by Qari produced by Mulatto Beats directed & edited by Cole Bennett.