Connecticut emcee Al-Fatir brings it something note worthy on this tune titled ‘L.O.V.E’ ,which is an acronym for Lasting Oppression Versus Evolution. The song in question is emotionally charged and energetic with a left field sound which makes it quite enthralling visually. The director Patrick Kudej‘s style is reminiscent of 90s alternative rock music videos, and parallels the topic Al-Fatir brings to the table.

Something different I must add. Tune in and check it out.

The song itself serves as a pun; with the title being an acronym for Lasting Oppression Versus Evolution. Kudej’s visual shows the story of a man’s mental struggle between the lasting oppression that persists in our world and the evolution necessary to conquer it; all the while finding himself helpless and unable to change the world around him. Al-Fatir personally is portrayed in two forms. One reflecting on lasting oppression, and the other of his evolution.
Musically, Al-Fatir rebelliously knifes thru Aviles’ atmospheric production on this track, leaving conscious relate-able thoughts in its wake.

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