OMB Bloodbath and EST Gee release “Not Gang” visuals



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Rising rapper from Houston OMB bloodbath comes back with a visual for “Not a gang”, his success with Louisville’s IS Gee. The loud cup comes from bloodbath Blood sample project, which arrived in July on 10:22 p.m. / LVRN / Interscope. The song finds the gifted MC firing shots at his opps, but the video is reflective, placing the rappers in a church, graveyard, and a candy-drenched custom car, with cash spilling out of every scene.

See the video HERE.

“No gangs” features Bloodbath representing his Houston hoodie, ready to stand alongside his crew in any circumstance. Her technically exciting and inventive flow is on display as she uses internal rhyming patterns and a knack for stretching syllables in unpredictable ways. The song’s video is internal and thoughtful, featuring Bloodbath rapping on empty church pews, watching the light enter through stained glass windows before returning to her hood, surrounded by her team. EST Gee, for her part, delivers her memorable verse in a graveyard, adding to the weight of the clip.

This video comes to celebrate the recent Bloodbath Blood sample EP, which paints a raw and authentic picture of its reality. Opening with “77004”, Bloodbath combines a melodic piano with heavy bass and powerful lyrics, cementing the rising rapper like a force to be reckoned with. “No gangs” collected nearly 2 million Spotify streams and is one of the most memorable moments of the whole. The track, and now its video, shows his depth as a lyricist and his dynamism as an artist. She’s starting to touch ears well outside of Houston, and she will definitely grab the attention of even more listeners soon.

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