The latest single from Raleigh, NC's Precyce Politix is everything I used to love about hip hop. There isn't even a shred of R&B in this song. It's purely hip hop. Throughout the song there is this high pitched whine, almost like in a horror movie, that creates a strong tension. What keeps you listening is this groovy sample that gets played in anywhere from 1-5 notes. Plus, Precyce Politix has a strong, intense flow you can't not pay attention to. Plus, it's rare for hip hop to actually be intimidating these days. The video for "To the Giants" features a group of masked men and one woman in a dilapidated house, which is terrifying. The song repeating the word "Kill" as an almost chorus, and ending with the word repeated over and over won't leave you with the warm and fuzzies. You can watch the video for "To the Giants" below. Just to show how this isn't your typical hip hop artist, the video is inspired by Slipknot's "Duality." For more on Precyce Politix, check out his website.
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