Song of the week: ‘Benevolent Mischief’ by RA Scion

I was feeling nostalgic the other day and started digging through my iTunes library looking for stuff I hadn’t listened to in a while. Needless to say there were a few things in there I would rather not admit to, but there were also some gems that I can’t believe I had forgotten.

The one find I most excited about was Seattle rapper RA Scion’s “Victor Shade” record. I listened to it from start to finish and was so happy to have uncovered something this fantastic that I hadn’t listened to in some time.

I remembered that Seattle photographer Chase Jarvis had teamed up with RA Scion to make this video for the “Benevolent Mischief.” The song is great and everything Chase creates comes out beautifully. Check it out and click here to download RA Scion’s free EP “BegXBorrowXSteal.” You won’t be disappointed.

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