Angerville – Sin City (RMX) ft. Snak The Ripper & Evil Ebenezer [Audio/Video]
Vancouver, B.C. – Brand new visuals for the “Sin City (RMX)” from Angerville featuring Vancouver’s own Snak The Ripper and Evil Ebenezer. The video was directed by Stuey Kubrick who also takes credit for the song’s remix. Cuts were provided by Uncle Fester. “Sin City (RMX)” is HipHopCanada’s Song of the Day.
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“Sin City (RMX)” is available for purchase on iTunes.
About “Sin City (RMX)”
The Rap group Angerville has just released a new video entitled “Sin City (RMX)”. The video features West coast MC’s Snak The Ripper and Evil Ebenezer and is directed by Stuey Kubrick. It was shot on location in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and focuses on social issues surrounding life in the inner city. The song was also remixed by Stuey Kubrick showcasing his abilities to both produce music and direct.
After touring Ontario with Evil and Snak in the summer of 2010, Angerville decided to travel to Vancouver and shoot a video for their new album Uprising. They used a song called Sin City off the album and pitched it to video director Stuey Kubrick.
After listening to the song Stuey created an alternate beat and added a verse from veteran west coast MC Evil Ebenezer. The combination created a searing uptempo track which became the basis for the videos look and flow.
Once the video was completed it was edited with footage from a seperate shoot creating a truly unique visual experience. The video captures the dark foreboding corridors of East Hastings and also a rare Vancouver snowstorm. “Sin City (RMX)” is a feast for the senses set to a haunting organ loop and shockingly vicious lyricism. The dark macabre visuals provided by director Stuey Kubrick provide the perfect backdrop for a song steeped in filthy street poetry.