Cotton balls, JELL-O, pickles, and balloons. Yes, these are all Phobias that people who have appeared on the Maury Show suffer from and fortunately, none of those items are featured in the music video for Ohio wordsmith TreaZon‘s straightforward cut. Rather than address a fear of anything, the DJBooth favorite seems to tackle paranoia and desolation on the unapologetically real record as he raps, “Everybody’s an enemy, they phoney and they lie/ Music is on blast, feeling lonely in the ride.” The Phobias video lacks the typical bells and whistles of your standard rap visual and instead consists of a simple black and white backdrop, which comes courtesy of the visual direction of RoweShotMe. Be sure to get your fix now because Phobias will serve as the last music video to be released from TreaZon’s Ohio Hip Hop Awards-nominated project Zero Love.
Written by Danielle H. on 10/3/12
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