Produced like a short film the video depicts a gang of masked ladies along side the rap duo as they plot to take down a snitch. Directed by BPace and Nash B the visuals are clean with a cinematic seduction, on brand for the rising star whose catalogue is a range of melodic styles.
“Ed, Edd, Eddy” dropped January 13th and has already garnered over 170K views on YouTube and counting. The record is just a few weeks shy of Chino’s visual release of “Last Time,” featuring Atlanta artist Pop Lord, which has already racked up 1.4 million views and “Demon” stacking up at over 480K on YouTube. The love from his fans is genuine because his music is authentic to his real-life struggles. The records are only a taste of what his supporters can expect on the upcoming album "Permanently Scarred" expected to drop January 28th—sharing snippets of the album on his Instagram we can anticipate a collab with Atlanta’s R&B voiceJacquees, and we know it’s going to be fire.
Permanently Scarred is personal for Chino, touching on releasing old experiences and expanding as an artist; the project marks a new promising chapter for Chino Cappin’s career. His vocal ability and lyrical skills are what make Chino a gem in the industry. With co-signs from No Jumper and UK’s Dummy Mag, he’s already an international topic and he’s not going anywhere but up.
Be on the lookout for "Permanently Scarred" on January 28th.