Virginia native Lew Sid has officially released his highly anticipated “Fried Rice” visual. His west coast swag and confident demeanor reaches new heights, as he takes fans on a magical ride of creative bliss. From beginning to end, you will see exactly why this emcee is up next to blow in the music industry.
In his new video, you will Lew Sid spitting some of his illest bars, in Chinatown surrounded by Asian scenery. As he openly tells listeners about how much he likes “chicken and fried rice” it easy to understand why he decided on the particular scenery to better narrate his flows.
Being that he is a residence of Los Angeles, it is dope seeing him pay homage to his city and Lakers. You will see him rocking a number 23 jersey, which is none other than NBA royalty Lebron James. As he candidly spits bar after bar in the middle of a basketball court, it becomes clear of how much love he has for LA and music.
Some notable lyrics from this release include “Back at HU I use to hit Hochi, laid up in Cook Hall couldn’t get no sleep, Mumbo sauce fried rice and four wings got to step around the dope fiend when I leave”. These woke and conscious lyrics are a direct reflection of his seriousness for being the best emcee he possibly can be.
With a dope concepts, impeccable talent, and the desire to shine bright, Lew Sid will is a name that will come be around for a very long time. Press play below to view his newest “Fried Rice” visual.
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