It may be lonely at the top but, on the bright side, there’s a hell of a view. On This View From Here, the latest single off his long-awaited Angry Young Man LP, OnCue drinks in the panorama that stretches before his eyes, now that he’s nearing the peak of the hip-hop game. As if to show how far he’s come, the Connecticut buzzmaker enlists eminent beatsmith Just Blaze (as well as co-producers Maki and Nicky Finest) to craft a sweeping instrumental backdrop for his reflections on the hustle. Adam Ross directs the joint’s trippy, sylized visual accompaniment. Angry Young Man is slated to drop independently on Tuesday, September 3. In the meantime, of course, Boothgoers can keep it locked for more fresh singles.
Written by richard on 07/10/14
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