The Posterz Capture The Edge Of Montreal Life in “Bulalay” Video

“The goal with this song was to represent a good day in the jungle.”

October 21, 2015

Montreal-based hip-hop trio The Posterz liken the atmosphere of the city to that of a jungle in the video for their new song, “Bulalay (Welcome to the Junga)." In the clip, premiering today on The FADER, the boys run amok through what feels like an almost post-apocalyptic city, riding in the back of a pick-up truck, waving black rebel flags, and shooting guns. There's a kind of Lord of the Flies vibe to it all, just with more weed and city hustling. I’m a weed representative/ No flexin' today/ No stressin'/ I’m good, raps Husser.

"To us that's what it is, the world is the just a jungle, everywhere is the same If we look at it logically and realistically, the real world is the spirit world,” said the Posterz in an email to The FADER. "Bulalay is a minimal hip-hop beat with tribal vibes. It's leaving a lot of room for Husser and $pirit’s vocals to shine. The goal with this song was to represent a good day in the jungle. A happy day in the lives of $pirit and Husser. Festive vibes."

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The group's forthcoming EP, The Junga, is out October 30th.

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