VA rapper-producer Pvvli (pronounced Paulie) has dropped a stylized visual for his hard-thumping track 8th Grade Freestyle. The song, produced by Pvvli and DJ Wonton and video shot by Enderooh, features Virginia artistry on every creative front. The beat has Tay Keith level percussion and DJ Esco-esque synths, making for an equally woozy and aggressive instrumental that Pvvli floats over with raps about childhood memories. The song needs no hook to have replay value, and the same goes for the video. The grainy style employed by Enderooh harkens back to night freestyles you might see from A$AP Mob on one of the AWGE DVDs, a disheveled "lost tape" kind of appearance that adds flavor to the visuals. Pvvli raps through fisheye lenses and on the steps of the VA Lottery Building, turning up and giving viewers a nocturnal tour of Downtown Richmond. The video and single is a can't miss experience.
Pvvli (pronounced Pauli) links up with VA-based videographer Enderooh to bring his head-nodding lyrical exercise to life with this nostalgic visual. Pvvli has been on a run since the top of the year with several singles including this self-produced record which is the lead single from his latest mixtape #HeatAdvisory4 that’s hosted by his resident disc jockey, DJ Wonton. The mixtape is available in its entirety on SoundCloud and AudioMack while the single itself is available on all streaming platforms.
Stream 8th Grade Freestyle on all platforms here.
Follow Pvvli on IG here.
Written by Max Olarinde, @mobeige1 on all social media.
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