With the aid of Josh “Zeus” Thomas, Izzy Strange portrays a story of a saint and sinner and how two separate lives come to a bitter crossroad in his latest single.
With producer Casa Nova manning the soundscape, the pair paint a vividly detailed piece of conceptual art. Blending in interpolations from Al Pacino’s character from “The Devil’s Advocate” and live guitar parts gives it just the right edginess for such a song. It was created with multiple concepts in mind and is in no way a stab at God or religion, as Izzy previously stated. Mike Incite appears in the chorus line that’s blended into a low-octave vocal edit. With the audio and video combined, viewers are treated to a motion picturesque event.
This video release marks the fifth overall drop from the upcoming album that’s littered with guest features from the likes of Eligh, Open Mike Eagle, Blu and others. The Beasley’s Corner Bodega founder also announced the sixth and final single from the album will feature his biggest collab yet alongside explosive Chicago artist, Mick Jenkins. That song is set to debut March 7th, make sure to stay tuned for that.