Trizz Brings "Street Horror" to Life for "Slide N Skate" Video

Ouija boards, alleyways and gunshots.

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Following last month’s release of the G Perico-assisted single “The Backstreet,” talented west coast lyricist Trizz delivers a new video for another song off his forthcoming LP.

With just a few days to go until Ashes N Dust arrive, Trizz pairs the doom-and-gloom gangster nightmares of “Slide N Skate” with a fittingly-sinister visual. Directed by Castro of NewHighFilmz, the video for the AC3 Beats-produced “Slide N Skate” brings Trizz’s “street horror” style to life. “It’s gangsta sh*t, and I make it seem horrific because that’s what it is,” Trizz previously told us. “I document what I see: what I talk about is not fake. What I’m saying is not fabricated, but I’m also a storyteller.” Having described Ashes N Dust as a “street horror flick on tape,” Trizz is ensuring his album’s visual component lives up to his own description.

You can take a look at the video for “Slide N Skate” above, while Ashes N Dust is set to arrive this Friday, December 15.

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