MC Bravado's self-reflective project The Living Game was featured here and we have since gotten a couple of videos from the project. Not one to taper off, the Baltimore-based emcee returns with "4AM" which serves as the third visual to help put his release in a more intimate perspective.
The R&B infused neck-snapping track sees Bravado working with vocalist Angela Faith—who provides a soothing chorus as he muses over what could have been with his ex. Even though the Malek Kushi and Militant Marxman produced cut is a groovy cut, MC Bravado's honest lyricism offers up a more sentimental message of a man in turmoil.
“4AM” is shot and directed by Mike Jon who helps capture the rapper's thoughts vividly. We see him going through the scenes all by himself, consumed by his thoughts. Even when he is surrounded by people, it seems he is unnoticeable just like an apparition floating through life and hoping for a connection of some sort.