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Philly Moves drops new video from OLGA

Submitted by on August 6, 2014 – 7:24 pmNo Comment

philly-movesOriginally from Ottawa, Ontario, but currently based in Toronto, Philly Moves is an independent MC/Producer hip-hop duo.

They’ve emerged as one of the country’s top spinning acts, and have just released a new music video for their single “FUXWITCHU,” from latest album OLGA.  

Using both sample based and original production methods, producer Rockwell is able to create a sound that is both complex and compelling.  It is at once organic, and slightly different. This diversity provides an amazing groundwork for MC Tragic’s unique flow. The results are at once familiar and completely foreign.

The song itself is amazingly catchy, matching a dirty beat with female vocal samples. The vocals are interesting, changing in pitch and tone. It’s a simple song about finding someone with a nice ass, not knowing what to do with it, but being super in to finding out.

The video comes in with a gritty vibe, blurry in focus with quick-cuts highlighting the choppy nature of the song.  As the song settles a bit the tone of the video does too.  At times it’s almost overly artistic, with very little going on, but the song itself serves as a good distraction from those lulls.

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