C-Real starts the year of with this Hip-Hop banger, enlisting the support of one of the fastest rising acts in 2016, Worlasi. The song released straight to video tell us C-real means business.
The song produced by Kay Nie is an entertaining yet thought-provoking narrative of the state of affairs in Ghana & the social perspectives that hold it all together. Much applicable to many African nations.
Lyrically, there is little more to be said about C-Real’s skill and proficiency that hasn’t already been said. He delivers two extremely lyrical yet simple verses that leave you digging through metaphors and analogies.
Admittedly taking note of his own absence from the music scene in 2016 (Releasing only 2 singles & an EP) he starts off the track getting that out of the way.
The video is an aptly crafted montage (Credit: Above The Sun Creations) that follows the songs narratives through a typical day in “an African city” where the hustle is too visible to miss. Coupled with the vibrance of Worlasi’s contagious chorus and melodies Survival comes together perfectly to deliver the message we believe C-real intended.