In his video for “Peace & Love,” New York City rapper Homeboy Sandman proves he’s not afraid to get a little intimate on camera. Here, director Chris Antonelli shoots Homeboy and three accomplices in front of four distinctly colored city backgrounds and shuffles their positions on the screen with some clever editing. When the song breaks for a moment midway through, Homeboy leans in for what ends up being four on-screen kisses. It's a rare extroverted moment from one of hip-hop's most prudent rappers.
Homeboy Sandman's new album Kool Herc: Fertile Crescent is out now on Stones Throw.