Los Angeles artist CLIFTUN is anything but reserved on his new track, providing us with his after-hours commentary on a sinister, addicting beat produced by WILD. The rapper's combination of abrasive lyrics and hilariously honest dialogue on the track set a dark, intoxicating tone, a thematic approach the artist clearly thrives in. The distorted, sometimes washed-out vocals on the song are very reminiscent of Travis Scott's work on Rodeo, which should serve as good news for fans of the album.
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CLIFTUN seamlessly coasts along the ups and downs of the track's chaotic, synth- heavy beat, falling out of the song's irresistibly catchy hook right into a straightforward, no-nonsense verse. Shining with his impressive display of control over a track intended to feel belligerent, CLIFTUN gives listeners a well-executed late night anthem. The release includes a music video for the track that doesn't miss a beat in matching the song's hectic nature. The video is shot by former BMX pro Miles Rogoish(@MRogoish) and stars bad-ass model chick Jazel (@uglyworldwide) along side Die Antwood's DJs and backup dancers FLA$H (@flashniper) & LAFAYETTE (@lafayettebless). Listen and check the video out above!