Toronto up-and-comer Adrian Terell releases visuals for “401”
Our weekly segment The Weekly Eight returns with the recently released “401” video from Toronto up-and-comer, Adrian Terell.
“401” is the first video from the Toronto rapper since releasing “Grim Reaper” towards the end of 2018.
We recently asked our followers on Instagram which artists they wanted to see us cover, and Terrell was one of names we saw mentioned the most. “401” is the perfect way to start and a great intro for our viewers.
- Artist/Group: Toronto-based independent recording artist and songwriter, Adrian Terell.
- Submission: The new Icedoutvisuals and Adrian Terell-directed video for the Stunnah Beats-produced single, “401.”
- Streaming Links: You can find “401” on various digital streaming platforms including Apple Music and Spotify.
- Social Media: You can follow @AdrianTerell on Instagram.
Check out the “401” video below.
ADRIAN TERELL – 401
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A summary of this week’s selections:
- Up-and-comer Malachi releases visuals in support of “San Fernando Wine”
- Calgary’s BMK Baby & K Price get “LOUD” in Conor Neal-powered video
- Red Deer’s Dom Sawyer impresses with 6-track EP Hope is Fake
- Toronto’s Rosie Monday releases Gdcmplx-assisted “Fuck a Like” single
- SHV G of RMG enlists RodZilla for “Jumping Out The Gym” video
- Toronto up-and-comer Adrian Terell releases visuals for “401”
- Halifax’s Quake Matthews drops visuals for his “Mockingbird” remix
- Don’t Step: Evil Ebenezer & JYAY preview collaborative album with “Don’t Step”