Sam Hoss returns with visuals for Dillin Hoox-assisted “I Don’t Care”
Ottawa up-and-comer Sam Hoss returns with fresh visuals in support of his Anno Domini Beats-produced debut single, “I Don’t Care.”
We premiered the record as our Song of the Day last week, and feedback from our viewers made it clear it was time to for Hoss to add visual support.
“I’ve been sharpening my sword over the years and it feels good to finally get this out.” – Sam Hoss
The video was directed by Concrete Films, and the song features Hoss’ cousin Dillin Hoox, who released his official album debut, Life As I Know It, late 2016 and is expected to release a new EP later this year. This past February he released a new single called, “Don’t Wake Me.”
Concrete Films – based out of Toronto – has worked with Hoox on several videos in the past including a handful in support of the album (including “Bad Dream,” as well as “The Maze” and “Spirit.”)
The video sees the pair turning up in a swanky looking manor, flanked by their squad and ample party favours.
Hoss set out to make a mark with his debut, looking to make a strong impact on the Ottawa scene before setting his sights further beyond.
“I’ve been sharpening my sword over the years and it feels good to finally get this out. Thanks to Concrete Films on the video, Hoox on the feature, and Anno Domini on the beat. I’m confident in this record being my debut. Shout out to HipHopCanada too, love you guys!”
Hoss has been working hard in the studio lately, with a ton of new recordings ready to be mixed and released. His management recently made the decision to release “I Don’t Care” as the official debut. The single is available now on various digital streaming platforms including Spotify and Apple Music. You can also find it on his newly launched SoundCloud page.
Check out the new video below.