VIC SHADEZ debuts the salt and peppered visual behind “Empty” while on a mission to preserve the culture – @VicShadez

Have you ever thought about what it would be like to be the last human being on Earth? Now let’s take it a step further, what if you were the last true emcee still spitting? New Jersey wordsmith, VIC SHADEZ, brings this scenario to life in his newest single/visual “Empty”. VIC SHADEZ spits a descriptive ode to the Hip Hop culture (reminiscent of Common’s “I Used To Love H.E.R.”) while gracefully floating over a hypnotic soundscape created by JRSIN (Andre Diaz).

In this Aimnshoot Motion Pictures and G.I.Films visual, SHADEZ finds himself in a post-mumble rap world where he appears to be the last man standing. Throughout the video, SHADEZ attempts to reach and communicate with others that remain “Uncontaminated” like himself. “Empty” appears on VIC SHADEZ’s solo debut, “Uncontaminated”, which is available now on all major streaming services.

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