Kamar portrays the real & the positives on being 'Still On The Ends'
After the “Friday” feelgood ‘Big Worm’, and the following smooth ‘Juggin and Finessin’, Nottingham’s Kamar comes back on a exotic vibe to deliver 'Still On The Ends'.
Amidst the melodic taps of a delicately played instruments, reminiscent of steel drums or a wooden block, Kamar places his smooth vocals into this record to bring us an exotic, upbeat, Summer vibe on why he’s “still in the ends”.
“I don’t watch Love Island, but pretty girl I love grinding.”
The beat progresses into an atmosphere we frequently hear on the Notts native - something lively; bright; enjoyable; laid back; and easy going. With his raw and talented use of rapping and singing, the artist gets into life in the ends; ups and downs; his people; his vision; and hopes.
Directed by Rexo and presumably shot around his hometown of Nottingham, we see the singer kicking with on local areas, with his local peoples. A sense of enjoyment, community and support seeps from these visuals as although “when i tell you this you might judge me, girl” we are in fact present with fun, nice, neighbour settings - “still on the ends” may refer to the negative, but the visuals portray it’s positives.