After hitting us with the Streetfighter II-influenced "Ayuken," Brooklyn emcee Passport Rav is back with the visuals for his new single, "Stock Market." The single sees him collaborating with producer Sebb Bash who brings a moody, slightly off-centered vibe for the rapper's smooth flows and stream of consciousness style. Rav asserts himself effortlessly with vivid lyrics like " the flow reaches where the melody can't and got the name passport from the 20th stamp." It's a three-minute ride of drip and bravado without any hooks sans the voice-over taken from the real American stock market proceedings. The video is shot/edited by Lighthouse who splices retro clips from the stock market trading floor with dark moody shots of Passport Rav doing what he knows best. Overall, it is quite raw, unfiltered, and straight to the point.
"Stock Market" is the lead single from Passport Rav's forthcoming project, Sand In My Carry On. The project features production from Sebb Bash, Wavy Da Ghawd, Megala Don, and Don the Jeweler. Passport Rav has been extremely busy during the pandemic and has dropped 7 projects in total with a new one on the way.