Radamiz Goes From The Jugular To The Eyes With New Visual For “V.I.M.”
Payday Records’ MC and Brooklyn, New York native, Radamiz, adds some real AF imagery to his Zachariah Smith-directed “V.I.M.” music video.
Real New Yorkers, not the ones coming here from places unknown, but the real New Yorkers are the few and the brave who made this city what it is and what it was. Sure, Michael Bloomberg took over NYC and turned it into a baller’s Disneyland, but that didn’t stop from the real from surfacing when called upon.
The newly signed Payday Records rapper and Brooklyn native gave the game a buck-50 with his single, “V.I.M.,” and follows it up with some real AF visuals courtesy of director Zachariah Smith. In it, Radamiz pays homage to his Bed-Stuy upbringing, and hangs out at different spots ranging from underneath subway tracks to a rooftop overlooking the city and on the steps of a Harlem park.
“When you’re in these neighborhoods, V.I.M. is one of those stores that everybody knows growing up,” Radamiz says. “I feel like we use it (V.I.M.) as a metaphor for our surroundings.”
Without giving too much away, peep the Dominican don dada’s new video, “V.I.M.,” which tells a story unlike one told before.
Watch the Zachariah Smith-directed visual below.