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Broms – Hungoverlord [Video]

Winnipeg, MB – Jeff “Broms” Bromley (a longtime MC from Winnipeg’s own Filthy Animals), just dropped the video for his track, “Hungeroverlord” off his upcoming Dirty Hairy album. This backwoods-style video has a splash of Project X (the scenery will make you wish you were there—for real) that helps define Broms’ unique brand of hip-hop. The track was mixed and mastered by Big Bear and produced by P-Nutty Goldust.

The video opens with an insightful quote referencing 12-step programs. “Hungeroverlord” serves as a true testament to anyone living the day-to-day grind: “You work a whole life/ And slave a whole life/To pay for this life/Then wait a whole life to die/Yo I aint going out like that/I’m ‘a party ‘til my paycheque’s spent.” Check it out after the jump.

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The video was filmed at the 2013 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. The track’s above-par rhymes paired with the rally-goer cameos throughout the video give these visuals high appeal, and a certain ride-and-vibe factor. And did you know that Broms directed, shot, and edited the video himself? That’s true dedication.

Written by Jamie Ellis for HipHopCanada

Twitter: @BromsFilthyMC

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  1. K Grindz

    WOW this shit came outta nowhere. I dig it tho. NICE WORK!

  2. Ben Cantor

    Wasn’t sure what to expect but this definitely impressed! Nice to hear fresh sounds coming out of Canada!

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