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B3nchMarQ Teases Upcoming Music Video With A-Reece ‘New Friend$’

B3nchMarQ Teases Upcoming Music Video With A-Reece ‘New Friend$’. Rap duo B3nchMarQ have set the standard high in 2021 already with the release of their new album Power Trip Album. They’re not done with their releases just as yet as they have something exciting up their sleeve coming up soon.

B3nchMarQ Share Snaps From Upcoming Music Video

One half of the duo, Pjay recently took to twitter to tease the visuals of their upcoming music video for New Friend$ featuring A-Reece. His tweet wrote, “Official “New Friend$” Music Video feat. A-Reece Dropping Soon“. Saya Creatives were responsible for the direction of the music video.

Check out the teaser for the upcomig video here:

New Friend$ will be the second music video release from their new album following the release of their Young OG Music Video. The duo are yet to announce a release date for their new music video.

The duo’s new album includes an amazing list of fire features including BigStar Johnson, Maggz, and Kid X. In order to make the Power Trip Album they had to go back to the beginning, where their roots begin. They mentioned that they also went back not only for themselves but for their fans.

They explained that they do collaborations because they want the specific collaborator to add more to the song. Tkay mentioned that it was inspiring to hear Kid X rap the way he did on their album.

Power Trip Album was actually supposed be their first album and the sound goes back but it also takes fans into the future. The album is quite personal to the duo, and goes full circle.

The duo have been quiet on the streets for some time now with this album marking their first album release since 2019 Aspen 2.

They plan to continue pushing the B3nchMarQ brand for the rest of 2021.

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