Masta Ace and Marco Polo have released the video for "Jordan Theory", from their recently released Richmond Hill project, their second collaborative album. According to a press release "Ace explains how childhood poverty, and the material limitations placed by mom and dad, can influence imprudent financial decisions."
The J Anders Urmacher directed video features Ace and Marco Polo browsing a museum called "The Gallery of the New American Dream", which features expensive sneakers, handbags, and jewelry.
"Jordan Theory" is a highlight from Masta Ace & Marco Polo's new album Richmond Hill, a full-length collaboration about how Hip-Hop can change a life. Produced fully by Marco Polo, Richmond Hill continues where A Bruekelen Story left off.
While the prequel focused on Marco Polo's life in the big city and his attempts to enter the rap game, Richmond Hill is inspired by his childhood in the nominal neighborhood, a small town in Ontario, just outside of Toronto.
Check out the video above.