UZ and Blow Fever take it to Shanghai in new music video for ‘Storm’
Trap don UZ has released the video for his latest single “Storm” which features fiery verses from Blow Fever. The Shanghai-based rapper’s acidic lyrics perfectly complement a syrupy grime drip, aligning perfectly with UZ’s signature urban-underground appeal. Paying homage to Notorious B.I.G. and polished with an infectious Chinese pop hook, Fever elevates UZ’s trap beat with a full clip of lyrical ammunition.
Blow Fever and UZ’s joint effort comes complete with dark, sleek visuals that play up to China’s aesthetically striking hip-hop and dance culture. The video follows both artists through Bladerunner-esque, nocturnal cityscapes. It’s surely a stylistic alliance that highlights Quality Goods’ efforts to generate exciting and unusual projects. The video lands just ahead of Quality Goods’ 15-stop road showcase, kicking off next month in Atlanta.
“Storm” is out now on Youtube via UZ’s Quality Goods Records in collaboration with Shanghai’s Red 8 Records.