Today, Harlem hip-hop artist Sleazus Bhrist has returned with a brand-new music video for his single “Fed” off his recently released project Son of God. Set in his hometown, the visual showcases Sleazus spitting hard-hitting bars while riding through the streets of New York with his boys flexing on his success.
· Watch the new visual for “Fed” HERE
· Stream the single off Son of God HERE
The “Fed” music video follows the rapper’s eight-track project Son of God just last month, which featured gritty lyrics, fluid flow and explosive collaborations with Melvoni on “Who Are You” and Stunna Gambino on “The Root.” In addition to his own music releases, the Harlem-native also continues to grow within the hip hop community building his long list of guest star collaborations – which was most recently underscored in his feature on Neek Bucks’ “Flight” earlier this year, where Sleazus delivers an infectious hook and introspective bars.
Son of God is Sleazus’ first project since the March 2020 release of his acclaimed Passion of the Bhrist project, which features the fan-favorite single “Secrets” as well as his depiction of life after prison with his single “Lessons.” In 2019, Bhrist’s powerful tracks, “No Friends,” “Kurt Kobain,” and “Plate,” served the streets as a prelude to his renowned 3-song EP, The Bible (Chapter 1).
After facing challenges and obstacles, music became Sleazus’ refuge and provided an outlet to tell his story. The emerging artist released his 2019 dreary single, “Exodus (I Know),” which pays homage to the sudden passing of his aunt. The music video has accumulated traction across streaming platforms and garnered over 125K+ views on YouTube without the backing of a major since its release.
Sleazus has curated treatments for each of his music videos and built an eclectic audience in a way that separates him from his hip-hop counterparts. As he continues to level up and hit all strides, Sleazus marks his presence in the music industry today as one of the top artists to watch.