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Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Video for S.F. Giants Ode 'Black & Orange' Brings Out City Rappers En Masse

Posted By on Wed, Nov 3, 2010 at 2:09 PM

Roach Gigz at AT&T Park
  • Roach Gigz at AT&T Park
If Journey's not your thing -- or if you've just heard Askon Davaran's now-ubiquitous "Don't Stop Believing" anthem for the S.F. Giants enough times -- a pack of SFC rappers including San Quinn, Big Rich, CellskiDaVinci, and Roach Gigz have you covered with "Black & Orange," a swooping lyrical ode to the team that just brought home the biggest trophy in baseball. (Behind the track -- which you can download here -- are also KMEL's DJ Amen and DJ Prince Aries.)

On Monday, the whole crew went down to AT&T Park and filmed a video for what will likely be the preeminent hip-hop telling of this year's World Series-winning season. (Kanye West aside, of course.) The result is bold, braggalicious, and makes us fair-weather fans look like the bandwagon-riders we are. Highlights: A Harley-Davidson gas tank in Halloween colors, and Roach Gigz' impressively ornate Giants' tattoo, along with plenty of solid hometown rhymes. Watch "Black & Orange" after the jump.

Here it is, the video for "Black & Orange":

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