In a world currently trapped in their phones enslaved by social media clout & narcissistic consumerism, we find ourselves often in a zombified state scrolling for more. Boston’s own M-Dot pens a universe heading to dystopia while the legendary Hi-Tek (Eminem, 50 Cent, Big L) provides a chilling backdrop on the production for “Days Are All The Same.”
The single off the critically acclaimed album “Ego and the Enemy” gets a visual treatment with a man stuck in the cycle of that very matrix. Directed by Miles Joyner and Co-Directed by M-Dot.
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