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When you’re in a small state like Connecticut, there aren’t too many people making high vibe songs unless you’re like independent artist, Kingg Splashh. To start November off right, this drill rapper released a super dope video with Connecticut kinfolk, Showly. Expressing a cool demeanor with aggressive lyrics, the track embodies some of the dopest modern influences in rap.
"I can feel all the hate in the air now. I was worried back then, I don’t care now. I used to be scared, I don’t fear now.”
“Many Tools” @KinggSplashh
He can’t afford to be fearful. Granted that his young son, Dior, is looking for his father to be HIM. Think of what makes Connecticut notable and you probably think of nothing but politics. However, the “A.P.E. (About Paper Everyday)” artist is making noise within the music community in the Constitution State. Now, we must recognize that most people aren’t rooting for artists from the north to be the next big thing. Though admittedly, “More Tools” showcases some of the best musicality in the region and in a very catchy way.
Showly matches the energy very well. The whole squad understood the assignment and that’s all we can ask for! From scene to scene, the performance was well executed and edited.
Whether you’re riding in the car, getting dressed for the day, or watching content for development – this is a great video! Kingg Splashh is winning on all ends.
Watch Kingg Splashh put on for his state in the “Many Tools” video. Be sure to connect with him on all platforms to see what he has in store next!
CONNECT ON ALL PLATFORMS
“MANY TOOLS”: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AuAC8jlrZtc
A.P.E. CLOTHING: https://instagram.com/apellc_clothing