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Left Field: Pryde kicks off 2017 with a brand new video single

Brampton, ON – Brampton artist Pryde kicked off the new year with the release of a new video single titled “Left Field” on Jan. 2.

Following up to 2016’s release of I Don’t Belong Here, Pryde delivers a turn-up banger about the people in his life switching up on him. The song is a slapper and it sounds really upbeat. But ultimately, it’s actually a sad record about the friends and females who are on their way out: “Shorty you so uptight, uptight yeah/ You were someone I could trust right, trust right yeah/ From the time you went so left field, left field.”

The video was directed by SamureyeFilms and Russel Llatino, and the track was produced by NCP and K-Beatz. Check out “Left Field” below and if you haven’t yet listened to I Don’t Belong Here, make sure you go do that ASAP.

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