The Halal Gang artist brings forth cinematic visuals.
SAFE impressed the HNHH squad with his last single "No Diamonds." Today, the Toronto artist hits us with more new content. This time, he is serving cinematic visuals to the sounds of his most recent offering "New Regime." The video directed by Kid Studio is packed with ominous shots of SAFE's hometown city. It opens with a bold statement spoken by the 20-year-old: "As much as I do want to be in the city, I feel like there’s nothing for me here. I feel like I’ve already established myself there." The artist claims his time to move on to greater things has arrived. SAFE amassed clout by selling out the Toronto Mod Club within nine months of the release of his first record. This, in combination with the support he has received from fellow Canadian rapper Drake and OVO, points to his being on the right path to achieve higher heights.
This song and those released earlier this year are part of the rollout for his upcoming project STAY, to be released later this summer.