PREMIERE: Twista Turns His “Disrespectful” Video Into a Straight-Up Slasher Flick

Earlier this Summer Chicago speed-rap legend Twista dropped his tenth studio album, called Crook County—a play on the eternally corrupt Cook County, Illinois. The first song on the album is called “Disrespectful,” produced by Xcel from Beat Bangers. Today MASS APPEAL premieres the video for that joint.

“The concept of ‘Disrespectful’ is a horror movie theme,” Twista explains. “I wanted to take it back to the horror flow style. Plus, horror is my favorite movie genre other than Sci-Fi, and I felt it would be fitting for a video like this with a song like ‘Disrespectful,’ especially when you listen to some of the dialogue in the song.” Sometimes Twista raps so fast it’s hard to keep up, but the bars are filled with horror movie quotes and killing techniques. “Faces of death as I play with your flesh.” Check the visuals up top if you dare…

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