Chicago rapper Dyzzi and Turkish producer Farazi share the visuals for their previously released song titled “Vent.” The record sees Dyzzi reflecting on some personal issues that made him take a hiatus from music-making and finding solace by being alone. Backed by the solemn textures and punchy drum grooves supplied by Farazi, Dyzzi was able to pour all his emotions on wax and give listeners the true story straight from the source.

The video was shot by Castro of NewHighFilmz captures Dyzzi in his hometown and makes use of several performance shots and clips that shows his surroundings. It’s straight to the point and well shot.

Get “Vent” on all DSPs here


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