East Harlem rapper UFO Fev takes center stage in the cinematic visuals for his standout single with producer Vanderslice, “Crack Shifts,” off their upcoming collaborative album, Enigma of Dalí. The track is bolstered by Vanderslice’s menacing and cinematic texture that gel perfectly with UFO Fev’s punchy flows. Coming along for the ride is Far Rock native Flee Lord who adds his signature gruff vocals to the mix.
The video is directed by Watsyn Filmz, who takes us on a trip through both Queens and Fev’s El Barrio stomping ground in the slickly edited footage. It stars both UFO along with Flee Lord, as they display solid performances for the camera. Even better, there are some sci-fi special effects, including UFOs, ominous skies, and more. It makes the already high-energy track that much more engaging, and it further highlights just how well UFO Fev and Vanderslice sound together.
Pre-order the album on all DSPs here. The project drops on the 16th of July, and various bundle options are also on hand, with slipmats, t-shirts, and high-quality framed prints of the full album cover spread designed by Billy Bonks. Head over to Bandcamp or Coalmine’s online store to support!
01. Enigma of Dalì (Intro)
02. Crack Shifts (feat. Flee Lord)
03. Moody Bass
04. Pack Flip (feat. Red Infinite)
05. Home Team
06. Artfully Done Street Shit (feat. Red Infinite)
07. Scroll Music
08. Jazz Criminal (feat. SmooVth)
09. Scarlet Letters
10. All That Glitters