The New York-based sensation Rodney Chrome returns with a rich and daring new aesthetic to match a new era.
Cool. Sexy. Stylish as hell. The latest video from Planet88 signee Rodney Chrome checks all the right boxes for creating a cultural phenomenon with visuals so sharp they can cut diamonds.
“Break The Internet” sets the standard for digital videos, supplying incredible visuals that deliver on all fronts.
From the brash and dystopic fashion to the cutthroat choreography to the provocative body roll shots, “Break The Internet” is captivating from beginning to end.
This is a reminder that Rodney Chrome is a pop star.
In what feels like a short film, viewers are introduced to Rodney Chrome on full display with an outfit that’s as loud as the beat from the intro.
The grainy film captures the cinematic aesthetic only to be matched with Chrome shining as the main protagonist.
The song itself is a standout aside from the aesthetics. In instrumental breaks out of this box of confinement, abrasively fusing elements of punk rock and glitch pops while Chrome makes some witty references in lines while poking fun of historic music events, i.e the Solange Jay Z “incident”.
The first single since the singer's Ghetto Popstar Vol.1 e.p is a thunderous and passionate introduction to Chrome's new era while drawing inspiration from pop icons before him.