The first single, Tabernacle, debuted a few weeks ago and we finally have some visuals to accompany the track. Royce pours his heart and soul into this track. Taking us on a journey through his early years in the rap game. Even before I saw the video, I could see every scene played out with Royce's descriptive lyrics. The song plays like a movie script and the video uses this to its advantage. But the director inserts a clever twist that ties the video and song together perfectly.
If you can't tell, I am in writing job applications mode. Hence the "work history" timeline above. But I'll let it ride. Royce's skill and hustle are opening so many doors for him. It is good to see him survive the beast that is the rap game and overcome his alcoholism. I think his sobriety has made him an even sharper emcee, which is scary because Royce could already go toe to toe with the best of them.
Peep official video for Tabernacle below. And I am also throwing in the Heltah Skeltah track he references at the end of the first verse.