Sammus, Seeing The World In ‘1080p’ | Video

Sammus, Seeing The World In ‘1080p’ | Video


A strong and important message for all as Sammus speaks from experience and spits from the heart.

New York Rapper/Producer Sammus has drawn on her personal experience and laid wide open the highs and lows she’s experienced since releasing her last album in 2014. The song 1080p refers to making it out of the fog that clouds our vision during life’s lows and the clarity one experiences after the fact. Laying bare her personal experiences 1080p is a truly heartfelt song that comes with a really great video directed by Vince Lundi.

The message behind the song is “an important testament to the power of seeking help and prioritizing one’s mental health above all“.

1080p is the first track from Sammus‘ forthcoming EP titled Infusion, due for release in March 2016.

See the video below and grab a download on soundcloud.

About Sammus – Sammus is an upstate New York-based rap artist and producer. Her production is characterized by her use of uniquely chopped samples, and video game-like synths that are often contrasted with dirtier bass lines. She has been called a “20-credit” rapper because of her smart lyrics, diverse subject matter and versatile flow. As her Metroid-inspired name reflects, it is her hope that listeners and future fans will be pleasantly surprised by the contrast between the person society says she should be as an artist and who she actually is.
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    February 06, 2016

    After a bit of a social media detox I’m just catching up on a load of posts – glad to see this one, really good content to the song and great to hear someone talking about these things from personal experience.

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