Raz Simone pays tribute to a fallen fan in a new music video, “My Child.” Another Seattle star, Sol released a video to his single “If You Don’t Call.”
When tragedies happen, just keep your head up and keep mobbin.’ The video itself is simple, bouncing between shots of Raz rapping next to his black Tesla and him rapping in the middle of a beachside candlelight vigil. The feel fits most of Raz’s videos. Dark and intimate scenes aimed at enhancing Raz’s lyrics and overall message. His videos feel as intimate as his live performances do, it just another storytime with Raz Simone, the gangster poet.
Raz – My Child
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“If You Don’t Call” is a song about losing love, finding it again, losing it again, and moving on all the same. Sol has a special knack for rapping about girls, falling love, sensual moments with the opposite sex, and getting laid. This video follows Sol through a Drank-like rise to fame. He’s on talk shows and music video sets while various ex-girlfriends watch him on T.V. singing and doing cheesy choreographed dance moves. Sol doesn’t care if they call him back or not, that’s not the point. Sol believes every past experience with an ex is another chance to grow and learn as a human being.
Sol – If You Don’t Call Video