Nothing like a good pair of Clarks shoes to enhance your outlook on life eh? While we put you on to knowing the real pairs from the fake with Kevin2woKrayzee 4 years ago, today we celebrate the iconic Footwear Brand with The No-Maddz! While they released the Eriq Sterling assisted and Walshy Fire and The Wixard produced single recently, they double up today with the music video for “Clarkz Like Dis“! Shot in the UK by Henry Robinson and directed by the now duo of Sheldon Shepherd and Everaldo Creary along with Miael McGeachy, we get a colourful visual highlighting the many silhouettes that Clarks has to offer along with some unique fashion pieces. We also get a bit of social commentary throughout so stay woke. A 4 minute and 20 second video? Stoners unite! Whether you’re a Desert Clarks wearer from Downtown Kingston, a Bankrobber stepper in Brixton, or a Wallabee don from New York, we all can appreciate this selection. Who has a Clarks like dis? Show off your favourite pair, check out the video below, and share with a friend. Show us some love on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
This goes out to all the lovers out there courtesy of Earthquake Int’l Sound. Dropping part 2 in their “Raggamuffin Love” series, we hear great Lovers’ Rock selections that will surely have couples slow dancing the weekend away. If there’s a “bun in the oven” a few weeks later, blame the music (lol). Featuring Morgan Heritage, NoMaddz, Mr. Vegas, L.U.S.T. and more, check out the mix below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
A collaboration between No-maddz, UNICEF and Eve For Life comes “Nuh Guh Deh“. Directed by Kurt Wright, No-Maddz speak out on those adults who prey on children and teenagers and aim to shame and chase them away. Very Interesting visual as the band members are portrayed as dolls performing in a doll house. A great video with a strong message to all Pedophiles. If you purchase the single, 50% of sales will go towards their “Eve For Life” charity organization. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Top Shotta nuh laugh! Detailing the life of a gunman today is Reggae Band, No-maddz with “Shotta“. Directed by Kurt Wright, we see each member arise from slumber and gather their musical weapons to create some great music. The difference here is that their instruments were concealed as if they were firearms. Great visuals here from the Band with some thought provoking lyrics. Off their upcoming “Sly & Robbie Presents No-Maddz” album, check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.