Kevo Muney and Kevin Gates take us to church with new visual ‘Amen’: Watch

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Let the church (church, uh)
Say amen (Say amen)
Bless the street with this music
I love my fans (I love my fans)
I don’t read the Bible, big books in my pants (big books in my pants)
And I got power, no fifty cents in my hand (no fifty cents in my hand)

Atlantic Records signee Kevo Muney blesses us with a feel-good visual in these testing times, with an assist from Kevin Gates. Nothing touches the soul like a church piano carrying a tune to compliment Kevo’s Southern style. The video starts off with the Memphis artist rapping on a front porch, accompanied by a pianist and his friends. While sporting a chain that looks like it’d give me neck pains, Kevo raps effortlessly while smoking a joint and vibing with his brethren. The visual is nothing but Black joy. From shots of an older tambourine player, to a woman dancing joyously, it’s impossible not to crack a smile. What I love about this video is that it feels familiar.

It feels like Easter Sunday with the fam, when I was fifteen-years-old. It’s a celebration of God and the life we’ve lived.

Kevin Gates chimes in for the second verse and rides the beat with finesse, as he posts up on a steel blue Cadillac. Salute to these two for bringing good energy to the scene. Let the church say amen.

Written by Jeffrey Deon Chambers

Jeffrey Deon Chambers is a 23-year-old photojournalist and visual artist from Queens, New York. Since a young one, he developed a knack for writing and a limitless love for music. His ears know no boundaries. From the enticing vocals of Andrea Bocelli, to the genius production from the fingertips of MF DOOM, Deon constantly finds himself inspired. Aside from music and visuals, Deon is a movie enthusiast and foodie.

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