Run The Jewels ft. Gangsta Boo “Love Again” Video

Falling in love again will make you feel some type of way. But depending on how your last relationship went, it could feel like the biggest risk you’ve taken, or a chance at something really special. Fortunately for Run The Jewels and Gangsta Boo, the latter inspired the song for their latest video, “Love Again.” It just happens that their definition of love entails a lot of fellatio and other things Akinyele would be into.

The video for “Love Again,” which premiered during Run The Jewels’ set at Coachella this past weekend, is the National Geographic video you wish your 5th grade science teacher played in class instead of the effects of river erosion on bedrock. It’s a high definition look at flowers being pollinated by various insects–a butterfly for Killer Mike and a bee for El-P. The close ups of the critters couldn’t fit the buzzing instrumental any better and the sexual innuendos should make immature kids and adults alike crack a smile. Things get a little more violent for Gangsta Boo, as she is represented by a joint-toking venus fly trap.

The duo’s Coachella set was introduced by a short video clip of Bernie Sanders expressing his appreciation for the group. Run The Jewels also invited Nas out to perform “Made You Look” and the Queens rapper called them his favorite group. You can also catch clips of RTJ performing “Banana Clipper” and “Nobody Speak” below.

Don’t forget that RTJ3 could arrive before you know it.

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