“Raw Dope EP is about me finding myself as an artist and making songs is the rawest form, The song ‘Worth’ is about me stripping away the facade of the rapper life and posing a question, what are words really worth? People have a message but the message is only successful if it is understood. ‘Worth’ is a track of me explaining what I’m here to do as an artist and the change I’m going to inflict. ‘Worth’ is a raw reflection of my life.” -Bryant Dope
Young New York rapguy extraordinaire Bryant Dope takes an ominous tooth-rattling bassline and turns it on its ear, creating one of the weirdest rap hands-ing anthems this side of that one time Droop-E flipped a Björk sample that one time. –Noisey
“After a stop at Hillside Deli, Bryant Dope and his crew take it to the streets of Queens in his new video. Off Bryant’s New New York mixtape which you can download here.”
Directed by Bryant Dope & Max Goodrich
Shot & Edited by Max Goodrich
Produced by Hannibal King
Bryant Dope‘s new video for “Champion Sound” premiered on The Fader. Click here to check it out.
Click here to grab the Smif-n-Wessun-sampling MP3 for free.