In collaboration with “Clerks” mastermind Kevin Smith, the film’s cast reunites for the new music video for Logic’s stoner anthem “Highlife.” The video features Logic in the lead role on the set of the original New Jersey His Quick His Stop His.
“Clerks” (1994) follows the daily debauchery of store clerks Dante and Randall in a New Jersey convenience store. “Clerks II” premiered in his 2006, and “Clerks III” premiered in his 2022. All of the “Clerks” movies and Smith’s other works such as “Mallrats” (1995), “Chasing Amy” (1997) and “Dogma” (1999), his film called “View Askewniverse” Part of a fictional universe.
The music video cast includes Smith as Silent Bob, Brian O’Halloran as Dante, Jeff Anderson as Randall, Jason Mews as Jay, Matt Ranieri as Movie, and Ernie O’Donnell as Trainor. included.
Logic has long appreciated the work of Kevin Smith. Smith directly messaged the rapper on Instagram to join him on “Clerks III,” but the rapper missed the alert. Once the creators connected, their friendship developed into a collaboration with “Highlife” music his video.
Following ‘Wake Up’, Logic’s latest single ‘Highlife’ will be featured on Logic’s eighth studio album ‘College Park’ due out February 24th.
The album is named after the town in Maryland where he wrote and recorded raps while living on the sofa in his friend’s Big Lenbo basement in 2011. Using an autobiographical tale of his year spent in his town in college and culminating in his first live performance, the album celebrates the rapper’s artistic journey and his new beginning. .
In addition to two Grammy Awards, Logic has earned several Gold and Platinum certifications and amassed over 8 billion streams with hits like “1-800-273-8255” and “Everyday.” I’m here.
Check out the “High Life” music video below.