In the world of Canadian hip-hop, Classified is a towering Colossus, but there have been times in his life when he’s felt just 3 Foot Tall. The follow-up to EP lead single and title track Inner Ninja, this freshly-released cut finds the Nova Scotian emcee reaching out to listeners who feel like they have no one to turn to. Over his own catchy, piano-led boardwork, Class reflects on his own personal and professional struggles, and encourages fans to turn him up in their headphones when the going gets tough: “When you feel alone play my songs and that keeps us connected.” An unknown director’s official visuals, co-starring Classified and a Three Foot Tall doppelganger, round out the package. For this inspiring jam and much more, check out the artist’s latest EP, available on iTunes as of last Tuesday, the 16th.
Written by richard on 07/24/13
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