Crafty 893 patterns 'Kimpembe Freestyle' with warm, vibrant Moroccan visuals
Crafty 893 picks one quick breeze from his recent EP to deliver chilled, Moroccan-based visuals for ‘Kimpembe Freestyle'.
After his Not Bad EP was released on April 24th, Crafty has been fairly quiet but still maintained an output via a couple radio sets - PyroRadio - and 1, 2 features on Capo Lee’s Why Not, Pt.3. He now reaches back into his own record rucksack to pull out this calm freestyle, and pattern it with visuals.
The narrative of this joint is taken from French footballer, Presnel Kimpembe, as Crafty spits “Girl moves food centre back like Kimpembe.” Other sports personalities are mentioned, alongside a skilled but effortless rap style from the artist - portraying creative lyrics, though they also seem enjoyable for the rapper. Crafty takes a more relaxed approach to this type of rapping - it’s more rap than usually heard from him; more calm, and less tense. Overall, he sounds like he’s having fun. which correlates suitable with the visuals. Executed by Dominic Taylor, we are introduced to Crafty and his team landing in Morocco, before multiple locations display him spitting, hanging with his people, and enjoying himself. From a consistency of grey in major English cities, the blue skies, green nature, and orange, earthy scenery, almost leap from the screen - which creates for a lively, vibrant and warm video.