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The six-minute short is directed and edited by the Newark rapper, featuring a lone cameo from THA GOD FAHIM.

Months after the release of the project, Mach-Hommy has released a bizarre and engrossing visual accompaniment to Mach’s Hard Lemonade.

Clocking in at just north of six-minutes-long, the short commences with Mach and his “lemons” sprawled out in a grove, before taking an edgy turn to a yacht cruising along a harbor. As night sets in, Newark rapper presumably does away with his crew at sea, leading to pan out of a bloodied Mach laying out on the ship’s bow. Occasional collaborator, THA GOD FAHIM, makes a brief cameo in the short film, which is directed and edited by Mach.

Mach’s Hard Lemonade was released in mid-August of this year, featuring appearances from Earl Sweatshirt, Your Old Droog, Navy Blue, Fahim, and more. To this day, it remains exclusive to TIDAL, which isn’t surprising, given the rapper’s meeting with JAY-Z earlier in the summer. But if you’re not a TIDAL subscriber, you’ll have to become one of Mach’s dedicated “investors” in order to hear the project.

Keeping up with the string of gaudy price tags for his releases, Mach’s Hard Lemonade is available to purchase on vinyl for no less than $222.22. A deluxe edition of the album on vinyl, housed in a branded handmade wooden sleeve and limited to just 150 pressings, will run you $444.44. CDs are also available, but they’re going for $111.11 (in a jewel case) and $99.99 (in a digipack sleeve.) All physical versions of the album are up for sale on his site.

Watch Mach-Hommy’s new short film for Mach’s Hard Lemonade above. Hold tight for his next transmission.

 

 

 

 

 

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