Uncommon Nasa drops a low-fi video for the latest single from his Halfway release.
A proponent of progressive hip-hop, Uncommon Nasa keeps it real in the new video for the track Pipe Dreams. Showing the reality of life versus aspirations the visual makes the ordinary something we ought to be paying more attention to.
Pipe Dreams can be found on Uncommon Nasa’s last album titled Halfway which was produced by Black Tokyo. The result is a musically more fluid record than you would find in Nasa’s self produced releases. Whilst Nasa is known for pushing boundaries through his progressive style and irregular beat patterns, Halfway is still obviously attributable to the vocalist/producer through his distinct delivery and flow and maintains a rawness and independent flavour whilst utilising a more conventional structure though each of its twelve tracks.
Halfway tackles mortality and middle age as a theme throughout, seen and told from different perspectives and is available to download now from uncommonnasa.com