NY emcee Lou From Paradise has struck again with a swift, hard-hitting Drill single, Flatline. The song features classic Brooklyn Drill percussion with a dreamy guitar loop and flute backing that make the song feel even more hazy. The music video, directed by Slick Jackson, is filmed entirely at night, allowing for the use of very bold and shadowy colors to fill the frame and give a deeper visual feel to the song itself. The breakneck tempo of the lyrics and flow keep you on your toes, as the punchlines strike you seconds after the bar has already passed, adding to the replay value of the track and video as well.
"Got more than your bank in my stash spot, I got opps everywhere like Kakarot."
"I kill 'em all one bar that's a flat line."
Stream Flatline on all platforms and watch the video on YouTube.
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Written by Max Olarinde, @mobeige1 on all social media.
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