Kentucky artist E The Profit has returned with a new visual for his track "Dutches", a standout joint from his recent full-length project 2 Effortless. Cathartic and raw, "Dutches" contains an infectious energy that makes it suitable for pumping through car speakers, or played anywhere else at high volume really. The accompanying video, directed by Jordan Phillips and Ethan Dickens and shot by Eric Olano, enhances the track's imposing and stylish sound through its usage of fast cuts and engaging drone shots.
The instrumental for "Dutches", produced by Coach Cam, creates a strong foundation for E's dynamic, charismatic rhymes, with heavy, driving 808s and crisp percussion. Minimalistic yet powerful, the beat melds smoothly with E The Profit's commanding vocal delivery, making it hard to focus on anything else while listening. The new visual does well to add to the song's lively sound, with vibrant, fast-paced scenes and hypnotizing drone shots that capture "Dutches" towering feel.
The latest from Kentucky's E The Profit, "Dutches" makes for a cohesive combination of gripping production, charismatic rhymes, and engaging visuals that immerse the listener in its vital mood.