After recently releasing his music video for “I Want a Billion” featuring Taka of ONE OK ROCK, Japanese Renaissance rapper KOHH has returned with a new visual for his love song “I Think I’m Falling.” Off his latest album UNTITLED, which was released relatively surprisingly without any marketing leading up to the project, KOHH carries himself in a much different manner sonically than previously. Within the new project, he combines a plethora of newfound sensibilities such as more R&B heavy tracks, rock-infused cuts, and more. This specific track relays in a more R&B style that prioritizes a love song-type formula, with him enlisting a more vocal-heavy performance as opposed to his normative realm of rapping.
The video takes on much of this ethos of love and relationships, enlisting model Yuka Mizuhara, sister of Kiko Mizuhara. Depicting an endearing connection between Mizuhara and KOHH, the analog-style video reveals a rather in-the-life-of depiction of the two, from simply chilling to hitting the beaches, going on restaurant dates, and more.
You can check out KOHH’s latest music video for “I Think I’m Falling” above.
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