Crystal Seth to Drop Video With Bubba Sparxxx
Whether busy playing summer shows with rappers like @2Chainz, researching the philosophy of hip-hop through meticulously scanning volumes by Wu Tang Clan’s RZA, studying the inner workings of the music industry or pulling inspiration from the city that gave the airwaves @MacMiller and @RealWizKhalifa–@Crystal_Seth has been on his grind.
But from the tracklist on his ReverbNation, you’d never know.
That’s because the 412 rapper hasn’t released new music in a year. He’s gone back to the drawing board, digging deep inside himself and coming out from the shadows of his hiatus to give the Crystal Seth addicts the hit they’ve been itching for.
According to a promo video that launched on web today, Crystal Seth is debuting a single from his upcoming album, District XXIII, with a video with the white dude in ‘Ms. New Booty,’ Bubba Sparxxx.
Filmed with help of Matt Meehan, a $12,000 camera that was used to shoot Spiderman and of course Bubba fucking Sparxxx; the video titled Labrynth proved Seth’s dedication to going from a kid spitting verses in his neighborhood to an artist that uses his music to demand the spotlight.
Filmed on the Allegheny River, Crystal Seth is paying homage to his hometown of Pittsburgh while testing his talent alongside an established name in the hip-hop game. He also recruited his girlfriend, Brittany Marsicek, and her friend, Alexi Irvine, to be the dancers in the video; proving that regardless of who’s featured on his track, his music will always be like sewn together cadavers that are composed of little pieces of himself and his experiences and his world.
Check out the video below and tell us what you think in the comments or on Twitter (@OnwardState).
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