Realio Sparkzwell is back with the cinematic visuals for his recently released single “Bloody Luciano.” The NY native continues to flex his sharp pen game that paints lyrical layers that are brimming with vivid imagery.

The Mafioso gritty vibes on this tune are heavy and the Trigg The Ruler directed clip reinforces it even further. The clip centers on Sparkzwell in the role of a Mafia don holding court with his cohorts who think they’re in his good graces, only for things to go south rather quickly. It adds a slick touch of cinematic flair to the overall scope of the record, which itself already exudes a true-to-life feel.

“Bloody Luciano” is the title track from Realio Sparkzwell’s 14 track LP which boasts guest appearances by Nowaah The Flood, Ty Farris, Tone Spliff, and it’s produced entirely by Clypto. Get the entire project HERE and the limited CD’s can be purchased via Realio’s Bandcamp page.


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