Dax releases new video for Tech N9ne-assisted “Faster”
Ottawa recording artist Dax is back with another super impressive visual aid. Dax posted a sneak preview of the Cameron Logan Cox-directed clip, and told fans he’d drop the link once comments had reached 5,000. It took just a few minutes for him to reach 6,000 and the video link appeared on his IG profile a few moments later, as promised. This man is a genius when it comes to engaging with fans and finding success on an independent level. It’s easy to see why some people are drawing comparisons to the career path of the other artist featured on this new release.
After a brief but impactful social media campaign promoting the video as his “best to date,” the visual for the Tech N9ne-assisted “Faster” is officially here, and features Dax doing his own stunts!
“Faster” should reach two million streams on Spotify within the next week at the rate it’s been growing. No doubt the video will give it a boost as well. While the lyric video which was released back in June has already racked up another 2.9 million views.
“Faster” follows Dax’s video for “Thought Those Were My Last Words,” which was released in support of his 2020 EP, I’ll Say It For You. He also recently dropped the visual for his “Whats Poppin” remix, sitting at an impressive 2.8 million views, and the Moses Israel-powered video for “My Head Hurts” which just passed 3M views.
The LexNour Beats-produced “Faster” is HipHopCanada’s Song of the Day. Along with Spotify, the single is available for streaming on various other digital streaming platforms including Apple Music and TIDAL via Living Legends Entertainment.
In other news relating to “Faster,” the “Dear God” rapper has revealed that the song has been added to the UFC 4 video game soundtrack. Check out the new video below and stay tuned for more from Dax.
You can follow @ThatsDax on Instagram.
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