Five Steez has released a new music video for his song, True School, from last year’s EP, HeatRockz. The visual – directed by Scotty Dreamkiller with assistance from Jay Mani – is a mini action-suspense thriller, featuring the rapper and female sidekick, Kemi, driving around, collecting mysterious packages.
The video brings to life the song’s anthem-like chorus, shouting out the people “in the streets / and all the fly women in they jeeps”. While the hook acknowledges the listeners, Five Steez’s verses challenge his so-called competition with clever bravado.
“We had fun doing this,” says Steez. “We took on some characters, but we were just being ourselves on camera. When you watch it, you’ll basically take a ride with us. But you will have more questions than answers at the end.”
This mini action-suspense thriller is the second music video from HeatRockz, with the first being for the EP’s opening track, Dirty Couch.
The 5-track HeatRockz is Five Steez’s most aggressive project to date and features 'true school' bangers that keep heads nodding. “It’s really me flexing my skill and making high-energy music,' he says. The EP is available for free download at http://bit.ly/HeatRockz and is also on iTunes, Spotify and other digital outlets.
Five Steez is set to follow up HeatRockz with another body of work produced by Mordecai, but not before the release of Nothing Else Matters, the album by The Council, of which he is one fourth, alongside fellow MCs, Nomad Carlos, The Sickest Drama and Inztinkz.