LA-based buzzed-about hip-hop artist Kid Buu releases the captivating visuals for “Misery Needs Company” from his new EP Blind For Love2 (over 1.5M global streams) released on Valentine’s Day. Shot in the Batcave of the blockbuster hit The Dark Knight (2008), Kid Buu co-directed the music video alongside Redwall Sunny (Redwall Studios). With “Misery Needs Company” already a certified banger, the accompanying music video brings character and life into his lyrics as he sings, “Say you love me to my face, but low-key you don’t fuck with me”.  His undeniable charisma and creativity shine throughout the video and prove as a clear indication that he is one of 2019’s most promising new hip-hop artists. Enjoy this video stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.

On the newly released music video, Kid Buu states, “My song and video for “Misery Needs Company” came together off the inspiration when I was in the club noticing a lot of people gathered there were smiling, but I saw a lot of pain behind those smiles. I feel clubs are the place where miserable people go to keep each other company. It is a way for you to shut out the world and escape. “Misery Needs Company” is the anthem for those people, letting them know they’re not alone.”

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Energies surround us. Through remaining receptive to such forces, we siphon their power into strength. Kid Buu magnetically attracts and diverts these energies into catchy and colorful rhymes amplified by punked-up attitude, Rockstar panache, and off-kilter pop ambition. Like the trap’s answer to Elon Musk, he introduces one generation of “clone” after another, reinventing himself from Miami-born hustler to Toronto-based affiliate marketing magician to Los Angeles hip-hop hero with tens of millions of streams and views under his belt to date.

He independently lit up the internet by way of “Death 2 Soundcloud,” which surpassed 8.7 million YouTube views, 4.5 million Soundcloud plays, and 2.9 million Spotify streams in under six months. Produced entirely by Oohdem Beatz and released on Valentine’s Day 2018, the original Blind For Love EP hinted at the scope of his vision driven by bangers such as “Double Up” [feat. Ski Mask The Slump God], “Dead Roses,” “Greener Days,” and more. Along the way, he landed features from XXLGenius, and VladTV, to name a few. Shedding skin and refashioning himself as “a second generation clone, he inked a deal with Island Records and ignited another chapter on Valentine’s Day 2019 with Blind For Love2.

Blind For Love was what I refer to as, ‘Clickbait for the ears’,” he reveals. “It was meant to draw you in. Now that I’ve got your attention, I got more personal. Blind For Love2 is no longer clickbait. It’s melodic. The lyrics are Rockstar shit, but I’m letting you know who I am.”

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