It seems as if everyone coming out of Atlanta knows the spotlight is shining bright. With Thug signing Lil Keed and Future signing artists like Yung Bans and Guaptarantino, there is an abundance of talent that’s getting the industry boost. Now, the Atlanta-based rapper Terrance Escobar has been making some noise for a few years, but he’s here to remind you the foot is still on the gas.
In these frames we see Escobar paint the city red, while covered in linen provided by Nigo. The production is heavily distorted, but doesn’t over stay its welcome. Lamm let Terrance’s vocals take the driver set and it works incredibly well together. Directed by Nightrunner, these shots aren’t overly complicated, but they’re clean and the transitions are stellar.
Overall, this is some solid work for these up and comers. Terrance continues his run like usual, and he won’t stop until the world recognizes the talent. Until the next wave tap in below and we’ll talk to you soon.