OKP Premiere: Seattle's Porter Ray Shares A Gripping Visual For "Faces In My Memory"
Late last week, Seattle spitter Porter Ray released a stud EP in the waves-for-days six-track outing NIGHTFALL, putting an effortlessly-smooth delivery and swaggering wordplay on full-shine over a suite of liquid productions, helmed by some of his hometown’s finest. Today, we have the pleasure of bringing you the deeply-cinematic visual treatment for the project’s opening cut, “Faces In My Memory,” itself built over a fluttery, ascending rhodes groove with claps and snaps to make your neck crack. The visual — helmed by Malcolm Procter and Astro King Phoenix — paints the cut against shadow-filled backdrop, where Porter and a crew contemplate taking out an informant, while Porter himself rhymes introspectively over the mindset of their subject.
It’s a cold one, no doubt, but the track and its accompanying visual delivers a harrowing depiction of hustle schematics and it’s here for your eyes and ears down below. Peep the visual and once you’ve had your fill, grab a copy of Porter Ray’s NIGHTFALL EP via Bandcamp to continue the journey.