Dallas hip-hop artist Moses Uvere has been dropping singles all year long, ending his year with his banger “Let the Beat Knock” from his highly anticipated forthcoming album, Never Been Better, hitting streets Jan. 28, 2014. HM hooked up with the Nigerian emcee to bring you the exclusive place to watch the new video. If you like this jam as much as we do, you can download the song for just a tweet or share on your Facebook wall.

Moses has the following to say about the new single and album:

This song this video this album is my best attempt to push the culture to a new world view. I’m hoping to change the world with the content.

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