Over the past two years, the L.E.P. Bogus Boys have released a string of dope music videos to accompany their music … and continue to spread their message with yet another interesting visual.
The duo, comprised of Count and Moonie, drop a dual music video for the tracks “Streets Talking” and “Johnny Cochran.”
The Jonah Schwartz-directed clip kicks off with a meeting with the homies, one of whom is wearing a wire and cooperating with the authorities who are piecing together the inner-workings of the Bogus Boys’ crew.
The Bogus Boys weave a darkened street tale of betrayal, retribution, and the backdoor dealings of a dirty justice system. For L.E.P. the inspiration and concept for the videos came from every day life. “There are a lot of guys out here that wanna change their lives, and right when they’re about to, someone close to them gets in trouble and sets them up,” they explain. “Just know, if you play this game, make sure you have your ends covered and your lawyer and bond money ready.”