Videos 26 November 2021
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Author: Luke Forte

Kieron Boothe Gives Visual Treatment To Bouncy Bop “Crush A Bit”

Author Luke Forte
26 November 2021
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Following the rapper’s recent link-up with Romford’s KeepVibesNear on “M25”, Kieron Boothe takes centre stage on a featureless single, offering us his own lulling spin-off to trap, providing a sensual touch of jazz. 

“Crush A Bit” showcases Kieron coasting atop a silky-smooth KYL production comprising of velvet-like rhode chord progressions, choppy drum percussions with those clanging rim shots and staggered hi-hats – all as the bass hits heavy throughout.

Taking this number to the next level Kieron and KYL turn to soothing saxophonist Taurean John Antoine-Chagar to grace us with that transcendent woodwind flair that emits throughout the ether, leaving us with nothing but positive-chills, all while Kieron provides the paralleled flow switch-ups till the song’s sign off.

Wrapping this one up, Kieron acquires the talents of Modu Sesay to bring this bountiful soundscape to life in the visuals, presenting Kieron posted in a multitude of scenes; from a home-made laboratory to night-lit shots of the rapper draped in hanging light fixtures. 

Make sure to take in Kieron Boothe’s latest number above and be sure to check out his single “No Peace” with Morgan Lorelle here!