Deniro Farrar Bares His Soul in “Impractical” Video
Deniro Farrar drops the video for "Impractical" off his EP Mind of a Gemini. In the video, Farrar raps about his duality of being a human being. The black and white visual was shot by Reel Goats and directed by James Rico. In the crisp music video, we see the North Carolina MC spitting bars in his living room while also getting a view around town.
"'Impractical' is an accurate depiction of my duality, the liberated gangster," Deniro wrote to XXL. "This song shows me at my best in my 'God self.' Even in the midst of all the chaos, I'm still cool, calm and collected. I show signs of a strong-minded, liberated black man who didn't fall victim to all of the madness that surrounds me, and at the same time avoiding all the death traps that are set up for us on a day-to-day bases. It's so much evil in this world it's become normal. Well, I'm going against the norm and showing the God in me."
A few weeks ago, Deniro Farrar released the video for “Consistently Inconsistent,” which was also directed by James Rico. Farrar is slated to drop his RedBook Pt.1 at the end of October under Warner Bros. Records. In addition to his own work, Farrar has collabed with and appeared in videos for his fellow North Carolina native, Well$.
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