This song is the hidden track on Always The Quiet Ones. I’m not telling you where it’s hidden so please just buy the album to find out lol. The concept is simple: the Battering Ram that I hold is my music, and every song or album I make is just another swing against the door of the rap game.
I know I’m not a perfect artist or even a great one, but I feel like I improve with every project. I feel like I just keep on making impact with the Rap Game door and eventually that thing is going to give way and let me in (“Yeah it took a few ‘hits’ but the wood is split”). This is where persistence pays off as well, I’ve seen so many people say they want to be rappers. They try for a bit and eventually give up when things don’t materialize quickly (“Hell I’ve been standing outside for so long, all the other people in line have gone home.”). There’s also the matter of being so deep in this pursuit now that I’m not going to turn back until something big happens (“I done worked too hard, done too much, I’m not giving up spreading Big Hush”).
The video was a blast to make. This one was the first video I’ve made with an actual concept and story that plays off the song. Big thanks to Cranium Boy yet again for helping me plot the video and film it. Not to mention his role as the Rap Game that’s trying to keep me out. We couldn’t think of a better way to show that he was the Rap Game so at the last second we wrote “Rap Game” on his t-shirt with a sharpie lol. Hey, it worked. One thing we were both proud of was the “Oh I see what they did there” moment at the end when I put the chair back under the door knob. This was to imply that now that I’m in the Rap Game I’ll have to defend my place against the next artist coming up to takeover. Enjoy the video, download the album, spread the word!
Stay in Chillmode,