Stefon Alexander, better known by his stage name P.O.S., has just released a new music video for the song “Roddy Piper” off his latest album Chill, dummy. The music video is made from the 1988 American movie “They Live.” Adam J. Dunn created, directed and VFX’d the video, placing P.O.S. in a lot of crazy scenes with Roddy Piper himself, including some “murdery” clips and P.O.S. rapping on multiple televisions behind glass. The song opens with a hypnotic eccentric beat as the bass creeps in and P.O.S. begins his potent rap.
P.O.S. is set to tour this year with artists like Sean Anonymous, Metasota, DJ Fundo and others. Chill, dummy is his first official release with Doomtree Records since his 2004 debut Ipecac Neat.
P.O.S. is also recently apart of a new rap group, Shredders, made up of Sims, Paper Tiger and Lazerbeak.