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Cee – It Ain’t Over ft. Hezekiah [Video]

Montreal, QCCee teamed up with Philly’s own rapper-producer Hezekiah for these fresh new visuals for “It Ain’t Over” off Cee’s debut This Is All I Know. The video was done by Richard Bastarche on a Canon 6D. And it was filmed at Montreal’s Mile End. Check it out below, and cop a download of This Is All I Know over here.

Cee - It Ain't Over ft. Hezekiah [Audio] -

A large part of the video was shot inside of an elevator. With a pedestrian lady. Basically, my dream in life is to get flash-mob rap-serenaded in an elevator as my rap video debut. So I have a bit of video girl envy, here. Ugh.

So Cee and Hezekiah come in on some smooth vibed-out production (that was actually produced by Hezekiah, and mix-mastered by Notion). And then there’s that “It Ain’t Over” hook that’s mad catchy. And the duo gets real about the come-up.

Then Hezekiah drops this line: “Life is full of entrees/ Don’t fill up on bread.” Which is deeper than the Pacific. Because the pursuit of a fullfilling life can get sidetracked by dreams of money (dough). And it’s a food wordplay. Yes.

Twitter: @CeeFor | @Hezekiah3rd | @Notionbaby

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