[MUSIC] JIMI DA KILLA DROPS NEOTERIC VISUALS FOR 'SLAVE TO THE WAVE' - Viper
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[MUSIC] JIMI DA KILLA DROPS NEOTERIC VISUALS FOR ‘SLAVE TO THE WAVE’

The Local Geezer & Brandy’s perfect companion, Jimi Da Killa has unveiled his latest piece of magic through a visual of his new single titled ‘Slave To The Wave’. Having supported fellow UK rising stars like Octavian and House of Pharaohs with spearheading rap collective Local Geezers,  JimiDaKilla has emerged from the east midlands with a serious independent force to break through the norms and push the boundaries of UK Rap in the northern half of the UK.  Premiered exclusively on aspirational platform Link Up Tv – Slave To The Wave’ is the follow up of his previous gritty anthem ‘Brandy Belly’, which Jimi released earlier this year featuring one of Grimes noble stars, ‘Eyez’. 

The audio caused waves on the net, making its debut on the world on the 31st October,  the next step was perfecting the captivating visuals which paint’s the picture of the blissful madness that is Jimi’s mental and vision. Brought to life by the immersive talents of Rufus Wilson, fellow Local Geezer & Visual Artist, the video gives a humorous look into Jimi’s modern-day struggles of a young creative trying to make his through life’s every day stresses. Produced by Midyawn, a multi-genre beat-maker from Jimi Da Killa’s hometown of Derby, the song was written at a depressing time of which  Jimi cracked at working in an office doing a 9-5 throughout the week and used the weekends to get loose however, the lifestyle slowly caught up with him. Get immersed in Jimi Da Killa’s latest video ‘Slave To The Wave’ here; 

With 2019 coming to an eventful end in just a matter of weeks, Jimi has 2020 clear in his peripherals, with a demo project in the pipeline to let loose for early next year, The EP is rumoured to have some undoubtedly gripping features across a showcase of hard-hitting songs. Slave To The Wave is now available on all major streaming platforms. 

 

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