Visuals now accompany “Braille.”
“Braille” originally premiered as a single a couple of weeks ago, and now Ab-Soul recruited French-director PANAMÆRA to add visuals to his newest track.
Herbert Anthony Stevens IV–better known by his stage name Ab-Soul–hasn’t released a new project since 2014, but it seems as though a new one is on the horizon. After information posted by Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith regarding the status of the music releases for Top Dawg Entertainment’s roster, it feels as though it’s time for a new project by Ab-Soul.
Ab-Soul previously released “Huey Knew,” and has now followed that song up with “Braille,” featuring Dreamville Record-artist Bas. The video is shot in Paris as notable landmarks appear including the Eiffel Tower. The video is shot in a lighting common with Ab-Soul videos. He’s not looking to make the video full of visuals and saturated colors, Soul seems to prefer simpler ones.
Watch his previous release, “Huey Knew”
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