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Full Course – Reality Check [Video]

Montreal, QC – Labnoise rapper – Full Course – just dropped some dope new visuals for his self-produced and self-directed “Reality Check.”  This is the first video release off Full Course’s latest Between Time album. And it’s all just good feels and chill vibes.

It starts off with the most relatable line ever: “Sometimes I feel pissed off.” And I’m listening to this line, and I’m all like, “Yeah, Full Course. I feel you. I frequently feel pissed off as well. But what you gonna do about it?” I’m expecting him to go into some hungry rant about everything that sucks in life. But he doesn’t. Instead, Full Course dishes a solution to feeling pissed off; he dishes a full course of reality checks.

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Full Course comes in on a beat by The Stuyvesants, and shoots the ish. You know those joints that you crank up way past full-volume and groove along to? This video is all that. Everyone’s vibing out and doing their own little dance-like-no-one-is-watching dances. I mean, it probably helps that most of the cats in the video are professional dancers; that would be Montreal’s own 2Marvelous, Jajigsaw, and Sam-I-Am. It gives me life. So make sure you go cop a download of Between Time via BandCamp. And keep it locked on more.

Twitter: @FullCourse

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