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Toronto MC fades to black on “The Invisible Man”

Submitted by on February 13, 2012 – 5:32 pmNo Comment

While the John Lennon and Brian Wilson references are no doubt present on the fourth single off D-Sisive’s Run With The Creeps, “The Invisible Man” is one of the songs from the dark side of the Toronto rapper’s 2011 release. The black and white video for “The Invisible Man,” which is directed by Alex Colthart and filmed mostly in the boiler room of what looks like an abandoned apartment building, matches well with the mood and middle-finger theme of the song. Colthart’s use of bright and disorienting backlighting in the video accentuates D-Sisive no-holds barred delivery. The beat is produced by longtime DL Incognito collaborator Techtwelve.

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