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Brooklyn native and former Arsonists member Q-Unique has been painting vivid pictures of the grime and drab of New York life throughout his sophomore album, Between Heaven And Hell, his first project since the 2008 release of Vengeance Is Mine. Showing off his storytelling ability, Q-Unique tells a range of tales depicting life growing up in a darker time of New York with tracks like “Mr. Lopez”, about a robbery gone wrong, to the crippling crack epidemic on “Crack Era”. Q-Unique continues to release new videos to support the project. The Brooklyn native is now treating fans with a video for the stoner anthem “Green Grass.”

Directed by Ian Pons Jewell, the video takes the viewer on a toked up walk through the streets of London, England. After taking a puff of a joint, Q-Unique takes over the body of the smoker as him and a friend start on their journey.

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