By Jack Barnes
Known for his nimble flow and wavy aesthetic, Chicago’s Warhol.SS crafts substantive and addictive trunk-rattlers. Rocking a steady, low-key flow above dusty ambient piano and booming trap drums n’ bass, Warhol promises a bad time for his enemies on “Red Night,” his latest video. Produced by Left Brain(formerly of Odd Future) and Matt Dumas, “Red Night” is paranoid and sinister, as Warhol flexes on his clothing and threatens death for those who cross him: “Rare king, rare ice/YSL, real tight/Walking with a long pipe/If he make the wrong move, he gon’ have a red night.” Premiered by The FADER, the new video aptly captures the menace and paranoia of the single, starting with Warhol disposing of a dead body and continuing with hallucinatory color schemes and visual effects as the rapper celebrates his victories. Enjoy this video stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.
“Red Night” is a highlight track from Chest Pains, Warhol’s debut album, released in November. Combining immersive trap-style beats and energetic ad-libs with an old-school sense of songwriting and slick lyricism, Chest Pains finds the 20-year-old rapper coming to his own, unifying his experimental ideas and his commercial ambitions. Featuring appearances from Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Rico Nasty, UnoTheActivist, and Lil Duke, with production from the likes of Kenny Beats, Cashmoney AP, Harry Fraud, and others, Chest Pains arrives via EMPIRE.
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