Slayter and DonMonique Bring Back That New York Vibe in “Chrome Heater” Video
New York rapper Slayter drops off his latest video for his DonMonique assisted track "Chrome Heater."
In the new clip, the MC raps hard body prose in different locations in New York City, including the train, on top of a building and in a circle with the homies, going hard over the Thelonious Martin track. Brooklyn femcee DonMonique picks up on the second verse rapping partially in the nude in some scenes while spitting seductively gangster bars. The treatment was directed/edited by Hidji Films
Slayter is starting to make a name for himself with his traditionalist New York City rhyme style on tracks like, "Krazy" and "Night I Can't Remember" and "Mobb Deep." He is currently prepping the release of his forthcoming EP Cold Game which will feature this new single as well as a guest appearance from Michael Christmas. The six track project will be completely produced by Thelonious Martin
XXL chopped it up with DonMonique last summer and the 20-year-old MC has a clear vision for her career, "I would say bring New York back because I didn’t have that motivation in music until people said, 'You’re bringing New York back,'" she said. "I feel like unintentionally that’s what I’m doing but now more and more people are bringing it up and it’s my goal right now. And bring females back in hip-hop. I’m accepting the pressure. I feel like I can take on the job and won’t disappoint."
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