After sharing “Keep the Same Energy,” Homeboy Sandman returns with the visuals for the new single “The Only Constant” and its engaging conceptual visual. The track is bolstered by Illingsworth’s sublime production along with Homeboy Sandman’s evocative and introspective lyricism that pays homage to 90s hip-hop. HMS is in the zone as expected and delivers a plethora of rhyme schemes and vivid lyrical imagery on how the only thing constant is the inevitable change.

Directed, Shot & Edited by Marley Chapman the visual sees the Queens native rocking a SOHK sweatsuit in his hometown as he reflects on the only constant element in life, change. The visual makes use of several performance shots, long shots and cut scenes through the city and also focuses on the changing sizes of the SOHHK sweatsuit with HMS staying the same throughout.

“The Only Constant” is a solid precursor to Homeboy Sandman and Illingsworth’s  There In Spirit, which is set for release on February 25th via Mello Music Group.

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