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Dean Blunt and Yung Lean Are Unlikely Collaborators in Shadowy "Fronto Kings" Video

The enigmatic British artist and Sad Boys ringleader team up for a new visual.

After recently announcing he'd be playing his last live gig—"solo or otherwise"—in the UK in December, enigmatic British artist Dean Blunt has shared a new video featuring Swedish rapper Yung Lean.

Set to his song "Fronto Kings," the lo-fi clip credited to "Dean Blunt & Jonatanleandoer12" sees him and the Sad Boys ringleader prowling some darkened streets. In typical Blunt fashion, there's little additional info, save a caption that reads "Wuthering heights stockholm2016." However, the connection sort of makes sense when you consider that Blunt used to put out releases on the defunct label Hippos In Tanks, and Lean was once managed by that label's co-founder Barron Machat, who passed away in 2015.

Watch the clip above and read our 2016 profile of Sad Boys producer Gud here.

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