Fresh off the release from her single “Musashi Freestyle,” Brisbane-based Zimbabwe rapper, Blaq Carrie returns with captivating visuals for the single.
The menacing freestyle-cyber inspired single sees BC rap with confidence, name dropping individuals who she thinks are iconic in their own right. She then gets vulnerable showcasing two sides of her creative personality.
The colourful visuals was directed by Grace Julia. The video is a fiesta of light and colour drawing inspiration from some of the glossiest hip-hop clips of the 2000s’. Set against a white CYC splashed with royal colours, BC performs in a holographic jacket inside a super car and atop a throne, with a joint and flag in hand.
“I have established a good relationship with Grace Julia making this our third collaboration project. So when it came to visuals for this one I just reached out to her. I usually give directors creative freedom first when creating the vision board and then slowly together finalise what I like the most,”
The single is off her upcoming album “RUWA” due to drop in March 2021. Until then, BC will be dropping a slew of releases to mark her iconic return.
Having maintained a strong presence in the scene, BC was born and raised in Zimbabwe and is now based in Brisbane,Australia. After releasing her debut single ‘Let There Be Hope’ in 2013 she experienced a break-out year, winning the Triple J Unearthed Spring Hip Hop Festival competition and winning the Queensland Music Award ‘Best Urban Song’ and the Australian Independent Award and Music Video Award as well. BC is ready to make 2021 her year.
WATCH THE VIDEO HERE.