Still ripe in the honeymoon phase of his latest LP, Dubious, Los Angeles rapper Hugh Augustine groove gifts the world today with an exclusive RESPECT. video premiere of “Untouchable,” his infectious, g-funk nodding album cut featuring Joy Postell.
The penultimate feel good of Augustine’s second commercial release under The Order Label, “Untouchable” acts as a voyeur into the artist’s early years, twining lucid lyrics of his LA youth with Eliot Ness level invincibility, and wisdom renewed by years of hindsight. The 2nd Roof Music production effectively dips back into LA’s g-funk roots all the while providing Hugh with a proper canvas to flex upon.
In the KDNA directed video, Augustine and his crew push whips both foreign and domestic, chilling with a “volleyball team full of women” while they celebrate life in the comfort of a lush California mansion.
Peep the visuals for “Untouchable” below, and keep it locked at RESPECT. for our upcoming interview with the LA wordsmith.
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