Shordie Shordie releases “Save A Little” visuals in support of >Music album
Shordie Shordie keeps a recent surge in momentum going with the release of a new video for “Save A Little” from his 2020 mixtape >Music (as in, “More Than Music,” the bracket isn’t a typo).
Premiered by Complex earlier today, the Spudds Mckenzie-directed video showcases Shordie’s constant elevation as the gorgeously shot visual accompanies the track’s universal sentiment. He sings, “save a little time for me,” as he and a few female friends take a roadtrip in a lowrider together.
“Save A Little” is the latest installment in a series of compelling visuals Shordie has released this year around >Music, including “Two,” “Gotchu Like” and “L.O.V.”
>Music is Shordie’s first mixtape since his lauded debut, Captain Hook, the project that features his RIAA platinum-certified breakout track “Bitchuary (Betchua),” which generated 250 million streams and established him as one of the most exciting artists to emerge from Baltimore, Maryland and the greater DMV area.
With a style unique unto his own, Shordie Shordie has cultivated and mobilized a fervent fan base globally. With a relentless work ethic and prolific output since he arrived on the scene, Shordie has garnered media attention from XXL, The FADER, Complex, HotNewHipHop, Flaunt Magazine and many more.
Last year, he released anthems like the Shoreline Mafia-assisted “Both Sides” and his Me & Mine Pt. 1 three-track bundle, which included “Loved Ones,” “4th of July” and the standout “Bonnie & Clyde.”
>Music is available on various digital streaming platforms including Apple Music, Spotify, and TIDAL.
You can follow @ShordieShordie on Instagram.
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