New world music, electronic media, and a keen sense of what attracts the observant eye are the soul entities that comprise the current state of the music industry. In other words, relatable ways to share rare dope music are crucial for artist longevity and relevance. It takes a creative mind and years of willful disobedience of what is normal to achieve the skill set needed to change public opinion. Show the world you are a rebel with a reason. Exemplify your cause.
For music, it's easier than we think. Take Fakear, for example.
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Fakear's latest EP, Sauvage, out-performs many of the genre-specific albums coursing through outlets like Spotify, SoundCloud, and other streaming audio services. It possesses a unique appreciation for world music that frequently gets placed on the back-burner of our creative minds. Befittingly, the French producer released a video for one of Sauvage's tunes.
Between the strong cultural homage and the breathtaking cinematography, the video for "Thousand Fires" is everything we hoped it would be (filmed by Léo Bigiaoui). Take a look below, and cop the full Sauvage EP here.