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Music / February 9, 2022

Skiifall has the city on lock in ‘Bloodclarrt Business’

Photo Credit: Simon B. Rousseau
Music / February 9, 2022

Skiifall has the city on lock in ‘Bloodclarrt Business’

Words: Dylan Murphy

Hot off the back of a killer performance on COLORS, the Montreal-based, St. Vincent-born shapeshifter comes through with a sharp new video.

In 2020, ‘Ting Tun Up‘ established Skiifall as one of rap’s most exciting new voices. It’s been non-stop action since then for the Canadian-based artist as he’s hopped on tracks with BADBADNOTGOOD and shared his debut project WOIIYOIE TAPES Vol. 1.

Now, he’s starting 2022 as he means to go on with a commanding new video for Bloodclarrt Business’. Marching through his hometown in a series of monochrome shots, Skiifall embraces the patois of his native St. Vincent as he glides over the Yama//Soto and Joseph L’etranger-produced single in an approach that is completely his own.

Landing via XL Recordings, the song comes after the live version on A COLORS SHOW earlier this month.

Watch the video for ‘Bloodcart Business below:

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