Bishop Nehru keeps the hot-streak going with the official release of his new record Nehruvia: The Nehruvian and the unveiling of a clip for his latest single “Users.” With the album, it’s one we’ve been getting tastes of for months now, having dropped off “Breath (Prana/$pirit)” back in January and recently giving our ears a taste of “Harmony In A Glass,” not to mention the non-album cut “Bishy In Japan (Knowing Nothing)” just last week. But that’s jus the tip for young Nehru, who has enjoyed about as mercurial a career commencement as one could hope for with a a whole collaborative album with MF DOOM already in his back pocket. As for the new clip, it finds him roaming the streets of Tokyo, through serene and cement-filled backdrops, as he blazes through the spacey boom-bap-laced cut. It’s another fine offering from the kid that can do no wrong, and it’s available for your to cop for free ninety-nine by hitting the link below. Peep the new visual from Bishop Nehru, along with the full stream of his Nehruvia: The Nehruvian EP.