Song of the Day: Dip Black enlists Hevve for Mortal Kombat-inspired “Liu Kang”
With his Blackout EP on the way, Ottawa up-and-comer Dip Black recently unleashed new visuals for his Mortal Kombat-inspired single, “Liu Kang.”
Kang, a Shaolin monk and one of the original seven characters from the first Mortal Kombat game, has long been one of the most popular in the series, and one of the characters that has appeared the most since Mortal Kombat made its debut in 1992.
In the new video, Dip Black channels his inner-Liu Kang for a upbeat banger produced by Quest and featuring fellow Ottawa artist, Hevve.
Quest is also responsible for filming the accompanying video, while John Henley was enlisted to handle editing.
“Liu Kang” is HipHopCanada’s Song of the Day. The single has yet to hit streaming platforms like Spotify, but you can find several new songs by Dip Black on there including his latest track, “No Cap,” and previous release “Back to Me.” Since the start of 2019, he’s released an impressive 13 songs in total (not including “Liu Kang”).
Check out the video below.
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