Video: Snow Tha Product's "Til Death"

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I got a chance to see Snow Tha Product perform at Girls Rock Dallas last week, and the highlight was one young camper asking if being an "underground" rapper means she literally lives underground. After assuring them she lives in a normal house, Snow performed "Hey Girl."

She just released a new video, for the song "Til Death," also off her Unorthodox mixtape, and it's a little darker. She takes us through her revenge fantasy in pretty graphic detail, all while keeping up her whip-smart flow. She said her mixtape for Atlantic, Good Nights and Bad Mornings, should be out in September, so stay tuned. She won't be underground much longer.

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