Alkaline released a gritty short film for his single “After All.”
The Lee Milla-produced record was served with a nine-minute video filled with goons, rifle guns, liquor, marijuana, police and zinc fence.
The visual kicked off with an armed Alkaline and one of his ‘strikers’ driving in the ghetto, who encountered a police roadblock. The “Fleek” deejay avoided jail time after his partner took the fall.
As the storyline unfolded, it turned out there was an undercover cop in Alkaline’s camp, who was later exposed and had to flee in an attempt to save his life from deadly gang members of the “Badness It Name” deejay.
Watch “After All” music video by Alkaline, directed by Jay Will of Game Over.