Five years late is better than never. There’s finally a music video today for Dyme Def’s “Let It Be” off 2007’s Space Music. Fearce Villain takes the helm on the track, spilling his guts about family drama, health concerns and personal failures while BeanOne lays down a funky beat and sped-up version of the Beatles’ 1970 classic of the same name.
The Seattle crew hip-hop trio has put out a handful of records since Space Music, but there were never any visuals for “Let It Be” until now. Check out the powerful, heartfelt video and use the widget below to recieve a free copy of the crew's upcoming mixtape, There Goes The Neighborhood, when it drops next Thursday, May 31, at midnight.
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