2021-01-12T13:04:43-05:00 2021-01-12T13:05:15-05:00

Jamar Carr shows us what real "F.E.A.R" is [Video]

New York emcee Jamar Carr is back with the visuals for his previously released single  "F.E.A.R." The track is a brutal depiction of being stuck in the streets with wolves in sheep's clothing. Carr takes the listener deep into the dark regions where any wrong move can prove to be fatal. The track is bolstered by a haunting backdrop courtesy of the producer CorMill.

The visual captures Carr in his element with a lot of performance shots shot in bright colors and on the flipside also follows the rapper as a dealer running game on the streets. The shots are juxtaposed against each other and we see Carr making moves with a younger collaborator on the block where later things get heated. "F.E.A.R" is taken from his new album Coming of Age. Get it on all DSPs here.

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