People born with visual artistic talent are genuine products of God’s vision tree. Possessing an aptitude for designing exotic paintings from raw feelings, thoughts, and emotions enable “REALANTHONY3” to produce music from a more advanced level than the most aspiring artist. REALANTHONY3’s unlimited imagination allows him to translate lyrics that ignite raw and uncensored emotions.
The cinematic style video production combines the 90’s golden era of Hip-Hop infused with the Millennial Music swag of 2020. The track “HOOP” paints a vivid picture of young, black, and focused hustlers in today’s society. REALANTHONY3 narrates the street language inside every emerging go-getter in the game.
When REALANTHONY3 says
“People come and go like seasons,
Niggaz dropping like flies
Got to find your reason
I keep my head high
I can’t stop now
It’s for the taking
I’m a lay them out
All my plans
And then make it.”
These real-life bars are what every young cat sitting on the corner, inside of a barbershop, “Box Chevy,” smoking a black and mild cigar thinks inside their mind. Evolving and reaching the highest heights of success is the pure American dream. The Get Rich or Die Trying mentality is alive in all of us and will never die. “HOOP” is the “hood” soundtrack for every young future power player seeking to build a stronger tomorrow for his block and family.
The “REALANTHONY3” paints human art portrait’s in real life, so it’s easy to ascertain why “HOOP” is a Millennial masterpiece.
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