Kevin Smith has directed a brand new music video for rapper Logic‘s new single, Highlife. And reunited with Smith are his Clerks castmates, Dante (Brian O’Halloran), Randal (Jeff Anderson) and Jay (Jason Mewes), with Smith reprising his Silent Bob character. Take a look at the video under.
Within the track, Logic’s lyrics state, “Within the mornin’, yeah, I gentle it up / Yeah, you already know the boy blazin’, man/ Know this feelin’ so amazin’, man,” in case you’re questioning what’s within the bag he offers to the Clerks.
Logic shared his pleasure about working with Smith on Instagram, the place he wrote, “It was a dream come true engaged on one in all my favourite [sic] administrators of all time Kevin Smith.
“On prime of that we obtained the Clerks forged collectively on the unique set. It was like Logic’s model of Disneyland… besides everybody was actual and there to shoot my music video!!” Highlife will seem on Logic’s forthcoming album, Faculty Park, out on 24 February.
In 2019, Kevin Smith appeared within the Jay And Silent Bob reboot. The movie was launched after Smith took to Twitter to tease the film that was in pre-production on the time.
There had been loads of speak within the years previous to the sequel for Clerks and different iconic titles from the author/actor, however Smith revealed that the following instalment within the Jay & Silent Bob universe was inside attain, with Smith and Jason Mewes reprising the beloved roles.
“Spent the primary day of 2019 having a #JayAndSilentBobReboot pre-pre-production assembly,” Smith tweeted earlier than stating that this yr could be the “yr of the REBOOT”.
Jay & Silent Bob made their debut in Smith’s seminal 1994 flick Clerks earlier than scoring their very own movie in 2001, Jay & Silent Bob Strike Again.
The Maryland-born artist took to the stage at Sydney’s Qudos Financial institution Enviornment and Sidney Myer Music Bowl in Melbourne, the place he was supported by Australia’s personal Thundamentals.
“We’re excited to be presenting Logic’s first-ever exhibits in Australia,” TEG Dainty CEO Paul Dainty stated.