East London rapper RAPTUM has returned with visuals for his latest offering, “Eject That: Empty Shells (The Fugazi)”.
Produced by Epik The Dawn, this latest offering from RAPTUM is a straight-talking one which hears the rapper call out the phoneys, while also flexing his bars and flows over the spacey beat.
RAPTUM turns to E.Greaves for the visuals who shows us RAPTUM’s creative process in the studio.
Speaking on the making of the song, RAPTUM said: “I was deeply focused and fired up when writing this, I had the beat playing for like five hours straight, my mind was racing with concepts surrounding my distaste for inauthenticity. Hence, the three titles of which (The Fugazi) was the first”.
Be sure to take in “Eject That: Empty Shells (The Fugazi)” in the video above.