Spanish rapper Nach, recognized for his socially incisive and significant rhymes, groups up with Residente for “Rap Bruto,” a vocal indictment of the present state of rap and hip-hop, and Streets Talkin is solely premiering the video beneath.
“Lots of jungle, few tigers; plenty of fireworks, little caliber,” says the refrain, the mildest of traces on this six-minute manifesto. In the stark black-and-white video, directed by Residente, Nach begins rapping alone, the digicam zooming in to his tongue, his tooth, his eyeballs, the deal with the rapper distracted solely by occasional imagery that helps the lyrics.
Then comes Residente with the identical aesthetic, the imagery, nonetheless in black-and-white (for probably the most half), stepping into tandem with the spitting rhymes. Stay with it till the very finish to completely recognize the explosion.