Music Video Premiere: PAO - DROPKICK feat. Wesley Black

Music Video Premiere: PAO - DROPKICK feat. Wesley Black

Checkout the wild and surreal new music video for the Perth duo’s latest banging single of overblown electronic hip hop ahead of its November 15 release

Hot off the heels of the single dropping last week is the music video for DROPKICK, the latest anthem courtesy of emerging producer PAO and MC on the rise Wesley Black, premiering on Pilerats today before it drops everywhere tomorrow!

Not shy of experimentation, PAO brings the overdriven bass lines and pummelling beats alongside all manner of interesting percussion and synth samples, while Black’s relentless, in your face vocal delivery pushes things forward and keeps the energy high from start to finish.

For a wild track it would only be appropriate to have a wild music video, and the fellas have not disappointed, turning in a fun and frantic clip irected by c4leb®400 to match the vibe of the track. Finding themselves in a number of scenarios from a kids playland party to fake supermarkets and doctors surgeries, through to a back-alley Karate Kid/Cobra Kai style face off, the video also manages to include the eponymous dropkick to great effect.

Give DROPKICK a watch today before its November 15 release!

PAO - DROPKICK feat. Wesley Black is out now via Lab Six Records

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