WATCH | Montreal's Husser Releases Self-Shot 'Catherine" Video From Debut EP
With an evocative pen, an authoritative stage-whisper flow, and a sinister demeanor, Husser is slowly becoming one of rap's underground kings. Returning to the scene for his first solo project, Husser announces Geto Rock For The Youth EP, a hard-edged and lyrical dose of industrial rap.
The acclaimed emcee and member of The Posterz shares "Catherine" a melancholic and heavy rumination on the rapper's neighborhood
Husser shares "Catherine," an atmospheric and claustrophobic new music video and the first single from the project. The video was filmed by Husser all summer on his iPhone. Built around several tight close-ups on Husser's expressive face, "Catherine" paints a bleak picture of life on St. Catherine Street in Montreal, where Husser spent a lot of time because he grew up in the nearby Little Burgundy neighborhood. Intercut with clips of Husser stage-diving during a raucous performance, the visual is perfectly suited to the modal, guitar-driven instrumental, which starts out quietly, but ratchets up into an almost unbearable intensity
Geto Rock For The Youth EP tracklist:
- Paintings For The Blind (Millions)
- Paid To Party
- That’s My Chain On Your Neck
- Eminem Type Beat
Catherine single streaming here:
Apple Music: http://apple.co/2kmHipR
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