Up-and-coming rapper Rozlin treats us to her unique brand of quirky hip-hop with the release of her newest video titled "The Hole".
The LA-based, by way of Naples, Florida, the musician may have an unorthodox approach to songwriting but looking past that, the message being conveyed is genuine and true to self. Her single “The Hole” is a song that deals with people's lack of ambition and the joy of living for the present without giving thoughts to the future. While she doesn't explicitly go preachy with the topic she delivers it in a humor-drenched, somewhat dead-pan manner. The soundscape ( produced by Matt “Matty J” Jacobson) she employs does fit her spirited delivery style, sure it exudes the standard trap vibes but also goes a little left with a somber warmth. Rozlin gives us a brief summary of the song as follows "...They are not thinking about the future or what they want to do in life so much as just finding a way to make time pass. They are not trying to do something today that can affect their tomorrow..."
The video was directed by Rozlin when she visited Florida over Christmas 2017. She recently performed on both Tom Green and Andy Dick's web shows and plans on releasing an album with several music videos throughout 2018. Get the audio for "The Hole" here.