HipHop Collective Jungle Brown Dropped A Wavy New Music Video…
Today on Sensei’s Music Blog, we get to help showcase the newest music video from London Hip Hop Collective Jungle Brown entitled ‘Keep It Moving’ - a vibey new visual cityscaped piece for the laid back style of the tracks verses and production. Directed by Georgios Hartofilakidis from HumHum Productions, the visuals mirror their eclectic sound as the trio (Ric Flo, MAEAR and Tony Bones) perform across differing snapshots of London life, they even take a surreal trip up to the clouds for the choruses.
The track flows with a Tribe Called Quest-esque style, adorned with a smooth sax line from UK jazz all-star, Ayo Yung Afrika Pyoneer and backing vocals from Jungle Brown’s own producer, Tony Bones – who also ties the track together with a future rap production. Lyrically it’s loosely based around moving homes and cities, but more so about the shifting of situations - from scarcity to opportunity.
“Keeping it moving by any means but stay cool with it, do it in your strand and have fun with it” as Ric explains – he goes on to say: “Keep It Movin has become a catchphrase with us which we didn't anticipate when we were writing the song. But now we’ve taken it on as our mantra moving forward!”
Lastly, if you’re diggin’ what Jungle Brown is up to - make sure you throw them a follow on their social media links and stay up to date with their adventures. We are sure to be hearing more from them in the upcoming months and you’d be a fool to miss out on their next project release. You’ll find everything you need and the music video stream to ‘Keep It Moving’ down below! Enjoy!