Locally produced by Steven Turner and directed, edited, and filmed by Mike Moline, the new music video for Clapper the Rapper’s bluesy “Diss Tracks” finds the rapper delivering his rapid-fire rhymes in what appears to be an abandoned warehouse.
“'Diss Tracks' is a song about battle rapping with friends,” says Clapper the Rapper whose delivery recalls that of rapper/singer G. Love. “Naturally some of those friends are featured within the video in a Brady Bunch way. These are the same freestyle sessions that originally brought me into the hip-hop game 5 years ago.”
"Diss Tracks" is the third single from the new album, Smile, currently available on all online platforms.
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