E-40 just dropped the Jae Synth-directed music video for “GPS” featuring Larry June and Clyde Carson.
The “GPS” music video is a visual spectacle that showcases E-40, Larry June, and Clyde Carson effortlessly flowing over a P-Lo-produced track, capturing the camaraderie between the three artists. It’s a dynamic collaboration with each artist bringing their own style and personality to the track, resulting in a perfect blend.
“GPS” serves as a notable addition to E-40’s latest album, Rule Of Thumb: Rule 1. The album showcases E-40’s ability to stay relevant in the ever-changing hip-hop landscape. With previously released music videos like “Off Dat Mob,” the Ladybug Mecca-assisted “Lift It,” and “Show You How To Do It,” featuring Zoe Osama, OT Genasis, and G5, E-40 has consistently delivered engaging visuals that complement the quality and diversity of his music. “GPS” further solidifies the album’s status as a must-listen.
E-40’s impact on the hip-hop industry is undeniable. With a career spanning several decades, he has consistently pushed boundaries and remained relevant in a constantly evolving industry. Known for his unique slang and wordplay, E-40’s contributions to the Bay Area rap scene have solidified his status as an influential figure. The release of the “GPS” music video is just another testament to his enduring talent and dedication to his craft.