Rapper-producer, Vice Soulectric has been steadily grinding the past few years, both to put his hometown of Lorain, Ohio on the map and to cement his placement in the rap game. And he’s getting closer to accomplishing those goals with the release of his slick new visuals for “NoTomorrow,” a soul-sampling, celebratory banger.
Directed by fellow Ohioan Ced Lynch, the video depicts a day in the life of Soulectric as it pertains to his creative process, including chopping up samples on his MPC and hitting the booth to record his bars. It captures the message of living life to its fullest, because for an artist, that means working and refining your craft until there really is no tomorrow. That feeling is further driven home through the opening dedication to Soulectric’s late family membersTheresa Tillman and Ezra Gatewood, who passed away last year.
“No Tomorrow” stems from Vice’s latest project, Vice For President 2, which is out now on all major digital retailers and streaming platforms. The LP includes guest features from Talib Kweli, Skyzoo, and Rapper Big Pooh, among others, and boasts production by 9th Wonder on the project’s closer, “Respect the Legends” which features King Magnetic. Give VFP2 a stream right here in its entirety, courtesy of RESPECT.—stay woke!
• iTunes: http://apple.co/1m96zPz
• Bandcamp: http://bit.ly/1RsImPr
• Spotify: http://spoti.fi/1TD7DIP
• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vice.
• Instagram: https://instagram.com/vice_
• Website: http://vicesworld.com
• Vice Souletric: https://twitter.com/
• Red Lynch (Director): https://twitter.com/CedLynch
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