Trap don UZ has released the video for his latest single “Storm” which features fiery verses from Blow Fever. The Shanghai-based rapper’s acidic lyrics perfectly complement a syrupy grime drip, aligning perfectly with UZ’s signature urban-underground appeal. Paying homage to Notorious B.I.G. and polished with an infectious Chinese pop hook, Fever elevates UZ’s trap beat with a full clip of lyrical ammunition.

Blow Fever and UZ’s joint effort comes complete with dark, sleek visuals that play up to China’s aesthetically striking hip-hop and dance culture. The video follows both artists through Bladerunner-esque, nocturnal cityscapes. It’s surely a stylistic alliance that highlights Quality Goods’ efforts to generate exciting and unusual projects. The video lands just ahead of Quality Goods’ 15-stop road showcase, kicking off next month in Atlanta.

“Storm” arrives on major streaming platforms March 4 via UZ’s Quality Goods Records in collaboration with Shanghai’s Red 8 Records. 

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