Cleveland rapper-producer Vic Vegas has been hustling on all fronts. Not only with consistent music drops year after year with recent albums like Radiation and Gabriel, but through the expansion of his self-owned clothing brand, Forty Hours And A Paycheck, stylish with a hard-working ethos. Vegas' latest music video combines these two passions, filling the frame with nothing fake or flashy, all genuine. Vic Vegas raps alongside friends and family who all rep his brand, over boom-bap production. "We don't do the tomfoolery/the truth, it'll set you free, name a rapper true as me." Vic spits with concise confidence. OCR Beats puts forth a grungy, 90s-sounding instrumental that Nas would be proud of. The visual itself is directed and filmed by Logan Kyngston, who creates a clear and dynamic look that keeps the video interesting.
The song is a lead single off Vic Vegas' upcoming EP: Crown. Expect it to hit airwaves everywhere very soon.
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Written by Max Olarinde, @mobeige1 on all social media.