Revisit J. Pinder's "All That Fire" via New Visuals, and Get Stoked on Code Red 2.0

After dropping a couple of Jon Jon-directed videos late in 2010, including one of the year's best in "Upside Down," town ex-pat J. Pinder was quick to follow them up with some split-window visuals that prove that even if he did move to Atlanta, he's Seattle-born through and through. The action's nothing flashy, just kicking it and cyphering outside a Valero--though apparently no one told his dudes it's dangerous to smoke at a gas station--but honesty is what Pinder's been good at, and honesty is what he delivers.

Filmed by Sam Lachow, officially it's another piece of promo for the Code Red 2.0 project due out on the 25th of this month--but unofficially, the Jake One-produced track was one of the highlights of last year's eight-track Code Red EP. Word is the 2.0 version will include all the original tracks plus five fresh ones--plenty of motivation to pick it up.

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