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Video: “Let Us In” by BandGang Masoe

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BandGang has been putting some serious pressure on the music industry by coming hard for the new year. Their latest, “Let Us In,” is the perfect trap-flavored morsel to satiate hungry fans, anxious for more from Masoe – the group’s hidden jewel. The video is of the highest cinematic quality and tells a story that borders on hilarious. The entire package manages to sell a good song and make it into a great one.

The song’s production is reminiscent of classic drill and trap associated with producers like Lex Luger and Zaytoven. Over the production, BandGang Masoe raps vigorously and with gusto – he’s clearly in his zone this outing. Combining the classic production with a maniacal flow and you have a recipe that yields great results.

The visual is pretty funny, even if it’s being serious. Masoe and some masked associates kidnap a presumed record label executive who refuses to sign BandGang for one reason or another. Masoe then delivers the bars that are intended for the listener, to the tied up executive. It’s downright hilarious, especially the subtitles at the beginning.

Check out “Let It In” below or on Worldstar.

 

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Spotlight: @MollyBrazy ‘s “Trust None” Video Makes Brilliant Use Of Panning Camera

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For decades, music videos have been the way for artists to extend song creativity to visual form. A few film-like visuals aside, videos are usually somewhat of an afterthought for a majority of artists. It’s not often that cinematography outshines the actual song itself for music videos. Not that the song isn’t good; on the contrary, it’s spectacular. But in Molly Brazy’s “Trust None” the duality of night and day along with the scenery on full display in the background make it one of Brazy’s strongest videos to date.

It starts with the swinging camera that places Brazy front and center amidst the nursery rhyme-esque production, giving her a chance to stand over the beat instead of with it. Combining her rapidly changing flow and hard-hitting lyrics with some lush scenery and you have the recipe for how music videos should look like in 2018.

Take a look at Molly Brazy’s visual for “No One” below.

 

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. @AllStarYoungLee Lets It Out In “Venting”

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AllStar Lee

Venting is the act of expressing the emotion on your chest to clear your thoughts and make you happier. The very nature of human existence requires venting to get through the day. We live chaotic lives with baggage we pick up daily. Unloading these thoughts, both angry and good, can help us to become better people.

AllStar Lee realizes and practices the power of venting in his new song, aptly titled “Venting.” The Detroit-bred rapper, responsible for the viral “Fresh Prince of Brick Mile” brings that same strong sense of lyricism and bravado in a simple visual that relies on the narrative work at play for success. Spoiler alert: it works, great.

Check out the video for “Venting” below.

 

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Bay Area Spotlight: OMB Peezy, Sherwood Marty, and Sherwood Flame Make Heat With “Crash Out”

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“Better shoot him in the eyes while he’s peaking out the blinds” croons Sherwood Marty about halfway into “Crash Out.” This descriptive order is indicative of the level of detail in the Bay Area – inspired track, the production reminiscent of 90’s Tupac hits. Dipped in nostalgia, this track is hard to describe – yet, equally inviting. It’s an intriguing listen thanks to the honesty on display by the three rhymers who, through fierce bars and autotune assistance, create one of the first head-nodding anthems of 2018.

Listen to “Crash Out” below.

 

 

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