The Good People are continuing their campaign for The Summer EP by dropping a new video directed by Shock B. The duo of Emskee and Saint have teamed with A-F-R-O and Termanology to premiere some visuals for their collaborative track “Sidewalk Barbecue.”

“In the same spirit as Main Source’s ‘Live At The Barbecue,’ we wanted to do a joint with some of today’s top spitters, so we reached out to A-F-R-O and Termanology to be on this track with us,” Saint tells RealStreetRadio. “If you notice, the song has the same structure as ‘Live At The Barbecue’ — four 16-bar verses with a four-bar hook in between them.”

He continues, “I got the idea for the title from the barbecues people would have in front of their buildings when I used to live up in Harlem. In fact, we shot the video on the same corner I lived on, so it looks exactly how I picture it in my head when I think of a sidewalk barbecue.”

Watch The Good People’s “Sidewalk Barbecue” video featuring A-F-R-O and Termanology above. Stream their EP below.

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