Can’t.Live.Without. Premieres Video for New Single “Headaches” Produced by Scott Storch
It’s no secret that the hip hop landscape is supersaturated. From Soundcloud echo chambers to hype machines pushing a profusion of poseurs, it can be difficult for audiences to distinguish authentic voices from posturing doppelgangers. But with a unique flow and a mesmerizing lyrical aptitude, Florida born 24-year-old rapper/ singer .Can’t.Live.Without. is poised to take the hip hop world by storm. His upcoming album Forever features production by Grammy award winning, multi-platinum producer Scott Storch (Beyonce, Pink, Christina Aguilera) and producer Ronny J (6ix9ine, Post Malone, Lil Pump, Eminem, Kanye West) with guest appearances by Aylek$, Slim Reese and Lit Soxx.
His latest single “Headaches,” produced by Storch is a trap infused cut with a strong melodic thread accompanying the highs and lows of romantic relationships. Against an ethereal bed of synths and drums, the infectious chorus of the song highlights the often oxymoronic experience that can encapsulate affairs of the heart. “It’s kind of a Ghost rip,” .Can’t.Live.Without. jokes about the influence of the 1990 hit film starring Patrick Swayze on the song. “But it’s definitely a love song.”
The music video for “Headaches” features Scott Storch on the piano, classical violinists on the chords and Can’t.Live.Without surrounded by wild animals. The music video was directed by Nate Perry, best known for his work with The Weeknd, Gucci Mane, Chris Brown, Ty Dolla $ign and Soulja Boy.
Watch the video below.
Can’t.Live.Without’s s upcoming debut album Forever is a bass heavy excursion brimming with trap and R&B influences. The lion’s share of Forever was produced by Scott Storch and Ronny J. The album’s title, however, may also be fashioned into a metaphor for the long and winding road Can’t.Live.Without endured to finally arrive at this crucial moment in his promising career. Written and recorded entirely in Los Angeles, Forever is a living sonic document of a self contained artist expanding his horizons in a new city – impacted by a fresh crop of environmental influences and sounds.
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