Frank Leone is an emcee of the rare school of thought that your art should be fully developed before you really start pushing yourself. I say rare because it doesn’t seem to be utilized much, but it should be, in my opinion, industry standard to single in on everything before putting out anything. For the better part of the last three years, he has been meticulously plotting every song, beat, visual, etc. to make sure everything was completely sound before releasing it to the world. Back in March, he gave us his debut album, Enter Wild, which featured some of Chicago’s favorites (Vic Mensa & Monster Mike just to name a few). The project was received with promising reviews and high praise, and caught the eyes and ears of many of the notable tastemakers you want your product to intrigue (Amir Abbassy, Lauren Nostro, and many more). Today, Frank unleashes the horrific music video/short-film for the cut Elephant. The video features Frank and Co. wandering through the woods of his hometown Monticello, IL where some kind of monstrous figure comes from out of the woods to lead him to “the power of the youth” (L. Nostro, Complex). Once he obtains said power, the video ends with Frank annihilating some giant asshole cloaked in black. The video was done entirely by Peter Campbell who many of our readers are probably familiar with by now through his work with Donnie Trumpet, Towkio, KAMI, and Joey Purp to name a few or through his recent short film WORSEBEHAVIOR.