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Bias Truth – Monumental [Video]

Toronto, ONOriginally published May 21, 2014 – T-Dot’s own Bias Truth just launched new visuals for his track “Monumental” as a lead-up to his forthcoming debut BMore BFore: The Revisit.

Bias Truth comes in on some spacey floating production and hits it hard: “Something monumental is among us/ Something monumental is upon us.” Think about it. That rolls deep. So deep. Bias isn’t actually going into detail about what – specifically – said monumental thing is that is among us or upon us; which actually allows the listener to determine their own monumental life entity. So good. The video was shot in Toronto by Es-Ef. Check it after the jump. And keep your ear to the ground on the debut album drop.

Bias Truth - Monumental [Video] -

So I’m peeping these visuals. And I’m like, “This beat is insane. I wonder who the mastermind behind this beat is…” So I check the submission to see who cranked out the production. Low-and-behold, it was produced by Bias Truth, himself. Snap snap snap. Mind blown. Downright monumental.

Twitter: @biastruth_roan | @Es2daEf

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