The latest P.O.S. album Chill, dummy is the gift that keeps on giving. Since its release at the start of 2017, it appears the Doomtree don is on a quest to create a music video for every track. His latest outing is an outstanding ’80s throwback, the Moncelas Boston-assisted “Roddy Piper.”
Named after the late wrestler, actor and fresh-ass comedian, P.O.S.’s new track slickly slides Stef into Piper’s most cherished role, the 1988 John Carpenter classic They Live. We see him alongside the “Hot Scot” in several scenes, including rapping the signature “bubble gum” line in tandem with the actual moment.
Directed by Adam J Dunn (Dessa‘s “The Lamb,” Atmosphere‘s “Bitter“), it’s noteworthy how the clip captures the VHS aesthetic perfectly, as if the viewer is taking in a much-loved rental of the cult classic.
P.O.S.’ Chill, dummy is available now, and Piper’s handful of musical endeavors can be heard here.