Next week, Raz Simone will embark on a 52-city tour with Strange Music‘s Rittz and Taylor Gang‘s Tuki Carter, kicking off on the 18th with a show in NYC. But he’s not about to leave his fans empty-handed while out on the road. Today, the Seattle repper unleashes the sixth video single off his latest digital full-length. The poignant, self-produced So Far, So Far finds Raz reflecting on his current life’s distance from the “big dreams” he had as a child. The artist hooks up with Jon Holman to direct the down-to-earth cinematic accompaniment. Feeling it? More vivid bars and quality beats await on Cognitive Dissonance Part One, available now in The DJBooth.
Written by richard on 06/13/14
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