Albee Al Shines In “I Could Take The Hate” Visual
Fresh off the successful release of his album ‘FREE THE REAL’, Albee Al continues to put in work. As he releases his video for “I Could Take The Hate”. The video is a movie of Albee’s life. Showing Albee turning up at his album’s listening party and his interview at Sirus XM. He closes out the cinematic video by stating; when you’re comfortable with your own skin, nothing will bother you as you stack your bread.
“I Could Take The Hate” is a reflection of of Al’s ability to overcome. Aside from rapping about shining like the star he is, he also discusses paranoia. More specifically paranoia about old friends betraying him and losing his brother.
Natvie to Jersey City, Albee Al came from a family of gangsters. After serving a brief stint in prison, Albee became determined to be the best representation of of Jersey. His first major hit came in 2016 with “Ten Toes Down”. The single racked up 7.8 million views on YouTube.
The MC’s robust delivery and confidence landed him a performance on Hot 97, LA Leakers, and ESPN’s SportsCenter. Some of his past collaborations came from Uncle Murda, Arsonal, and Kodak Black just to name a few. Also, his 2019 mixtape, ‘Koba’, landed number 21 on Billboard’s top independent album chart.