P.O.S (real name Stefon Alexander) has released the video for his new track 'F**k Your Stuff' from his upcoming 11-track fourth album 'We Don't Even Live Here' which is set for release on November 5th 2012 via Rhymesayers Entertainment.
'F**k Your Stuff' is a particularly anti-capitalist track; fit for the political theme of the album. The video shows P.O.S and Doomtree posse rebelliously covering walls with graffiti and playing with fire as P.O.S raps about 'Scuffing up your Nikeys', 'Spitting on your whip' and making bombs from stuff in your kitchen. It's a catchy track with a slight punk feel, heavy drum beats and futuristic synth tones making it a great political anthem in terms of all music, not just hip-hop.
Sometimes known as Pissed Off Stef, P.O.S revealed the thought behind this fierce album. 'I was pissed off when I was 14. I've been pissed off all along', he said. 'But after you've been pissed off for a while, you start to go do things.' The 'We Don't Even Live Here' project took shape following a massive tour promoting his last album 'Never Better' released in 2009 when this furious rapper decided to put all his political troubles into this hard-hitting record.
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