Bubbling South Florida MC Eric Biddines returns with his latest visual for the soulful single, "Purple Gold Fishes." The introspective rapper turns away from the typical video for a deeper look into the song's strong content. The treatment shows Biddines playing role of a soldier in some scenes with cuts of him later toting fire arms in his home while appearing to contemplate his next move. While gold fish are present in the video, they push the metaphorical point of the track - to obtain the seemingly unattainable. The track resides on the rapper's latest project, planetcoffeebean 2.

Originally from Ocala, Fl, EB jumped off his career with the track and video for "Walkin'" which garnered praise in the Southeast in 2009. The next year he released his debut mixtape, DaCoffeeShop followed by several projects including the EPs Ayestoryaboutlove (2011) and The Frozen Lake (2012). Last year he dropped the deluxe version of his latest project planetcoffeebean 2 on Juggernaut Sound Productions. Look out for moving MC in 2015.

Check out Eric Biddines' gripping Ryan Snyder directed video for "Purple Gold Fishes," above.