PREMIERE: Jahlil Beats Protégé Bok Nero Drops Video For Meek Mill-Inspired “Hop Out Da Phantom”

(AllHipHop News) Last May, record producer Jahlil Beats spoke with AllHipHop.com about the Dim Mak Records/Tandem Music Group newcomer named Bok Nero.

Since that time, the Pennsylvania natives joined forces for the Lorde of Legions EP.

Jahlil was behind the boards for Bok’s entire 4-track project, including the single “Hop Out Da Phantom.”

“I played the beat, Bok found the melody, and the track made sense,” says Jahlil about the song.

Steve Aoki‘s Dim Mak has now released a video for “Hop Out Da Phantom” set in Bok Nero’s hometown of Philadelphia.

“Meek [Mill] inspired the song cause he’s the only other n-gga I know did this sh-t. I had that big ass Phantom bending them small South Philly blocks,” states Bok.

With other influences as wide-ranging as Alexander the Great, Kanye West, Malcolm X, Freddie Mercury, and Bruce Springsteen, the City of Brotherly Love’s latest musical representative is combining Hip Hop, EDM, and Pop for his particular audio presentation.

Bok also put together a remix version of Lorde of Legions featuring contributions from Victor Niglio, ROARY, Sweet Teeth & Shizz Lo, Architekt, and more.

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