It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything from Chicago Savemoney-affiliated rap-smiths Kami de Chukwu and Joey Purp. I was beginning to wonder whether anything was even coming next from the two young talents, and while it would be nice to get some specific details on an upcoming project, I’ll settle for a new video for now.

According to Noisey, this track was “Originally set for release in 2013, the video … was forced to shut down production after members were robbed at gun point during the shoot.” Let that sink in for a second. God damn.

At the risk of sounding like a cliche, “Still Alive” is an adventure through the minds Chukwu and Purp. It wouldn’t be a Savmeoney video without a grand importance placed on blunt-smoking, but this visual is seemingly more complex and intricate, showing the artful maturity of the young rap duo. The jolty camera work (constructed by rapidly ascending videographers Verluxe) matches the scattered staccato flow and bouncing subject matter of the track, which was actually released as an audio single back in the summer of 2012. Stream the visuals above and try to notice some of the carefully placed cameos. As always, Savemoney.