Today The Come Up Show is very proud to premiere the newest visual released off 500 Autumn Nights: Side B, “Slide Out” which we shed light on it a bit during our recent interview with T.Y. where we also spoke a bit about the project as well. Directed by JTrue, this one can be interpreted in various ways as it opens up as China is grabbing T.Y.’s backpack that is overflowed with fireworks. We get a very artistic picture for this song that features Jesse Doreen of the Counterparts, blending different scenes from T.Y., to him playing the guitar, to other people skateboarding. If you’ve taken in the interview we just did, you would know T.Y isn’t one to just hand out a video or a track without something to follow up so this definitely means we can expect something fresh in the near future. This being one of my favorite tracks off 500 Autumn Nights: Side B, I’ve been anxious to see this one for a minute as I’m sure most of you were too, so take this in and let me know what you think after a quote from some lyrics and words from the director himself.
“Biggie told I was born to die, L told me I’m street struck, Slap hand with a n***a when you see us. Same city that raised me is the city that pays me. Told me I’m crazy, never said that I’m lazy”
“This video serves as an important stamp in T.Y.’s career. I personally believe, Tee (as I call him) has really created his own lane with 500 Autumn Nights: Side B, and I am honored to have been able to shoot this particular video. The “Slide Out” video can be interpreted in many ways, but my personal artistic conception of the video was that the fireworks represented the “juice”, the “it” factor, it represented the power of style and substance. Who ever has that “fire” has the audience.”