Earlier this year, Lörd Isaac released “Milli”, a throwback to the G-funk fueled era of hip-hop. While his contemporary sing-song rap flow and ad-libs stay true to the trap sound of hip-hop in the 21st-century, the taunting and bragging heard in his lyrics paint an image consistent with artists in the genre, “Try’na Reach The Big League”.
The music video for Lörd Isaac’s “Milli” has just been released and it follows the rapper through heavily edited frames that show him rapping on the streets of Nigeria and the UK. Cut from his stage performances and time spent hanging with his family in Nigeria are also featured in the music video which he directs with edit assistance from OJVisuals.
You can watch the music video for Lörd Isaac’s “Milli” below.
Featured Image Credits: YouTube/Lörd Isaac
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