NazB fans rejoice, as he returns with his new single ‘Ring Tone’ featuring UK based Jamaican artist Macini. The music video, sponsored by Ninebot Schweiz, is directed by Matteo Fabianni. The new track is supposedly the lead single taken off his new album slated for release this summer.
Alongside the release of Ring Tone, NazB also unveiled that his next studio album is titled ‘Turn Back the Time’, the release date of which isn’t finalized yet. The album will consist of 13 tracks. The record includes ‘happy feel’ tracks and some ‘emotionally deep’ stuff as well, which seem like a typical NazB album indeed.
Speaking of his new track, the ‘Super Fly’ hit maker said, “It’s a club hip hop track that will rock any dance floor. I always adore crafting tunes that blends the sound of dance with hip hop and my latest song Ring Tone is no exception.” NazB’s funky tunes and rhythmic beats are quite famed in the club scene.
The music video was shot at Komplex Zurich, Switzerland. The video opens with a DJ engaging the audience in a club and goes on to feature NazB and Macini with a group of dancers having the time of their lives, grooving to the tune and moving around in Segways.
NazB draws influences from legendary names in Hip Hop including JayZ, 50 Cent, 2Pac, Nas, Dr. Dre and Notorious BIG. He has, however developed a distinctive sound for himself. NazB has stood up for several social issues such as poverty, racism and religious discrimination. His track ‘Shame’, for instance, shed light on the hideous crime called rape.
The rapper shows no signs of stopping and is set to take the world by storm with his new LP, which promises to portray varied emotional elements of life. Ring Tone is seemingly an absolute dance scorcher that’s sure to set the dance floor on fire. The single is now available for download on iTunes.
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