Shad – Storm [Music Video]

Today, Toronto rapper Shad dropped the music video for Storm which features pHoenix Pagliacci, George Elliott Clarke who is a Canadian poet and produced by Jane’s Party.
The third single is taken from the upcoming album TAO which comes out on October 1, 2021 via Secret City Records.
A epic 5 minute hip-hop tune that is focusing on climate change and gets you thinking!

About the track:
Storm” is a feeling,” Shad tells us, “The feeling of a flood of memories.”
He goes on: “In the same way that a storm is the result of forces that gather strength quietly, often invisibly over time—this song is meant to hold a sense of the same sort of process as it relates to the storms in our lives and the storms in our world.

The way storms can build up almost imperceptibly in our individual and collective unconscious. The song touches on a range of personal and political storms, both good and bad, through a range of voices, but most importantly it sees them all as inextricably tied.”
The song began as a chorus Shad heard in a dream and turned into a genre-less epic with the help of a crew of talented collaborators including the former official Canadian Poet Laureate, George Elliott Clarke.

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