South London rapper J-Onyx is ending the year on a solid note with the release of the visual for her third single "Hood Stuff." On the record, she teams up with esteemed producer Ty Metronome, who lays down a synth fuelled bass-heavy drill beat that fires up the listener. From thinly-veiled verbal jabs, engaging stylish cadence, and an air of natural confidence, J-Onyx goes for the jugular as she reminds us of her rough beginnings and her journey through this music thing will not be curtailed by naysayers or detractors.
The visual is straight to the point and focuses on J-Onyx's presence while capturing her in her element with her team. It also makes use of expressive choreography, quick-cut scenes, and a bit of dark lighting to accentuate the moody vibe of the song itself. In the same vein as her previous two releases earlier this year, the rising rapper only aims to make an impression with her music which serves as the focal point of her branding. Her face is fully masked and she is usually fully clothed in pictures and videos so the only point of reference is how dope her music is.
Get "Hood Stuff" on all DSPs here.