With all that global warming, sometimes February does feel like late summer.
And Chucky Blk, an Austin-based poet-rapper, too, helps with that. His vibrant lyrics & flow on top of the sultry instrumental, created by Louk (Soul Food Horns) and Dutch producer Desh, will surely make you smile. Chucky shares what "Late Summer" means to him:
This record is about my journey from late teens to young adulthood - that transition from the sort of summer season of my life, the laxness and feeling of invincibility like you have all the time in the world, to the fall season of my life, the urgency to get my shit together and doing things that are good for me and make me a better person, not just what feels good. I wanted to honor these low golden rays as the sun sets on my 20s with this music video.
The square b&w music video that we're stoked to premiere will bring those hazy summer memories right to you: