PREMIERE: Bad Neighbor (Madlib, MED, Blu) and Frank Nitt Show You How to “Get Money” in New Video

At first, we thought that last year’s Bad Neighbor album was a sick joke from the rap gods. Fortunately it was an awesome reality. Now the trio of Madlib, MED, and Blu have liberated the video for the hustler music theme song “Get Money” with Detroit’s Frank Nitty. The Joseph Paul Alvorado-directed video shows the crew flipping copies of their albums out of an ice cream truck and stacking their paper.

Bad Neighbor also has a couple of other announcements today. They will be releasing an instrumental version of the album that includes three new beats. The release party for that is also the Bang Ya Head 11 year anniversary party, which is this Saturday. Blu and MED, among others, will be performing at the Grandstar Jazz Cafe.


You can still purchase Bad Neighbor on iTunes and pre-order the instrumental album here. You can also pre-order a vinyl copy of the instrumentals here.


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