Exclusive: UZ releases mini-documentary on his album, ‘The Rebirth,’ which merged electronic trap and hip-hop
UZ is sharing the story behind last year’s The Rebirth album via a mini-documentary, where he dives deep into the inspiration behind the project that merged hip-hop and electronic into one. In a partnership with Serato, the documentary features cameos of studio time, tour preparation, mask upgrades, and more behind-the-scenes footage of the thought process behind the project. The video delivers a glimpses into studio time with Bok Nero and Rome Fortune, showcasing some rising talent in the hip-hop game.
UZ’s reign continues to drive electronic trap music towards merging with its sensical rap counterpart, striving for a continued push for a new artistic frontier. The Rebirth‘s documentary is thus a highly enlightening watch for anyone looking to push their own creative envelope.
He told Dancing Astronaut, “Last year I took a break from touring and locked myself in the my studio for a couple months, I wanted to go back to my real trap shit roots and add a modern twist to it by using a new DAW, new sounds and new techniques. We’ve remodeled my mask and created new visuals to make the experience really immersive. I’m stocked to see how everything turned out and I am really excited for this new chapter.”