Scram Jones Releases “Third Degree” Music Video


Back in 2008, the emcee and super-producer Scram Jones released an epic collaboration alongside a few of Hip Hop’s greatest up-and-coming talents. Nearly two year later, Scram has finally released the highly anticipated music video to his song Third Degree.

While fans were not expecting a video for Third Degree to ever surface, it is most definitely a welcome surprise. As Scram Jones prepares to release his album Beast Music in 2010, it was only fitting that a video for this song was filmed. In the event that you have never heard the track, it’s monumental features include Crooked I, Saigon and Nino Bless. Scram decided to reach out to director John Colombo to film this monster of a record’s music video. The video’s imagery matches the song’s dark and destructive tone perfectly. Additionally, Colombo allowed each emcee to perform in their own setting to better illustrate their rhyme style and personality. The ending result is a production that is sure to blow fans away. Make certain to check out the music video by using the media player which is embedded below.

Be sure to check out additional work from director John Colombo including his recent video for Slaughterhouse’s Microphone and upcoming project My Life by Nino Bless. In the mean time, please keep it locked to The B.O.S.S. Board for further news updates.

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