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Gorgeous Geordie & Guilty Priest – Creeeep [Video]

Vancouver, BC – Vancouver emcee Gorgeous Geordie and Halifax producer Guilty Priest conjure up the first video from their latest album titled Guilty Goth. Witchcraft rituals, occult themes and sacrificial hearts provide the backdrop for “Creeeep.”

Filmed in a defunct auto garage (now an underground music venue), 333 Clark, a location well known to East Vancouver music scene enthusiasts. Director Chris Lennox-Aasen utilizes the environment to emphasize the dark pulse and vibe of the music. Gorgeous Geordie’s flow fluctuations and Guilty Priest’s ominous grooves have never been manifested so purely. The two were recently seen on stage opening for Denzel Curry at Vancouver’s VENUE nightclub and frequently perform rap seances with Vaporwave artist, Blank Banshee.

The hip-hop due are constantly pushing the envelope of what has come to be expected not only musically but visually as well, pulling you into their haunted backwoods experience. Satisfying the dark side you never knew you had, “Creeeep” the first official video from Guilty Goth is an emotionally stimulating production. Check out the video after the jump.

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Max has been producing, engineering and creating Hip-Hop music for the last 10 years. In 2011 he moved to London, England to study sound engineering with some of Europe's top engineers at Point Blank College of Music. Upon returning to Canada, Max enrolled at Nimbus School of Recording Arts where he continued his education in music production. He now resides in Vancouver where he operates a home studio, recording and mixing for local artists.

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