London-based rapper Kojey Radical finally drops a hi-octane video for his single “25”, as the young musician glorifies his transition into adulthood. Collaborating with electronic producer KZ, Kojey’s unique voice inevitably complements the production with bars about his complex journey with “fake love, new money and fast women.”
Directed by Taz Tron Delix, the dark visuals shift with the tempo of the instrumental, as Kojey reflects on his own identity rapping “We weren’t supposed to make it past twenty-five”. The symbolic video highlights the importance of innocence and how it is vital to keep your dreams alive among the corruption of the world.
The angelic performance in the intro of the video is a clear indication Kojey is one of the UK’s most creative artists, continually experimenting and evolving his aesthetic as he matures as a musician.
“Man oh, man…It feels good to be back on form. I’m about to drop one of the projects of the year and no one will waiver that confidence. LET’S GO.” Kojey commented on his video.
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