Vector, M.I Abaga and Pheelz join forces for empowering ‘Crown Of Clay’ visuals
Author: Triston Macauley | Thursday 25th March 2021
Vector has linked up with M.I Abaga and Pheelz for a new music video entitled ‘Crown Of Clay’. The track starts with M.I Abaga who delivers a calm and collected flow whilst the instrumental builds up. M.I’s style feels like spoken word as he dons a poetic style.
As the impactful instrumental drops, Vector matches the warlike beat with supreme energy and confidence. Vector’s lyrics are emotive and uplifting as he talks about Black royalty and how he is “African and blessed”.
Pheelz continues with this empowering feeling by laying down a tuneful chorus about the strength of a Black man. The final verse is occupied by M.I Abega who articulately explains what it means to be black as well as talking about the history of the ancestors.
Just like the track itself, the visuals are impactful and empowering. In some scenes, we see Vector dressed in a suit that connotes class, while other scenes include Vector in boxing gear throwing punches. The boxing scene coincides well with the aggressive nature of the instrumental along with the defiant the artists are giving.
‘Crown of Clay’ contains scenes of men and women dressed in traditional African clothing that portrays a sense of royalty.
Songs like ‘Crown Of Clay’ are needed in our society. The song is patriotic and radiates a feeling of elevation. The very bold and defiant message in the song screams I am Black; I am African, and I am proud.
Take in ‘Crown Of Clay’ here and let us know your thoughts.