Coming Soon: The World Premiere of the Music Video "The Concerto" by The ZYG 808

Debut music video premieres on YouTube on August 29th at 8 pm.
Still shot of The ZYG 808 from "The Concerto" music video (Courtesy photo)

Join Soul Poets Records and LM3 as we celebrate the online premiere of the debut music video, "The Concerto" by The ZYG 808. August 29th at 8PM on The ZYG 808's YouTube channel.

"The Concerto" music video includes appearance by up and coming Hip-Hop artists of the region. Folks who attended SXSW in Texas or the Hampton Beach Festival earlier this summer may recognize the young lady in some of the scenes as the rapper/singer DrippyLay. In other scenes, regional artists DiddyBop and Def Prince appear. All four artists are members of the federally recognized Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe. The ZYG 808 also pay homage to his high school's football team, the Mashpee Falcons who are state champions three years in a row.

"... instead of a faux-thug, I'm hip-hop's hero..." from 'The Concerto' by The ZYG 808

"The Concerto" made it's public debut as a maxi-single back in July after becoming a 'white label' hit among club, radio/podcast, and mixtape DJs throughout the world who embraced both signature mixes of the song: the Club 808 mix and the Boom Bap mix.Many are intrigued by his modern spin on the old school hip-hop sound.

"I've studied my craft and got fire on my page... excuse, I gotta get back on stage" from 'The Concerto' by The ZYG 808

On September 5th, Soul Poets and LM3 will be releasing "At The Party" an E.P. featuring three songs: "The Concerto," "Insanity", and "Explanation"; each with  "Club 808" and "Boom Bap" mixes. "At The Party" will be available as a download and streaming on Spotify, Bandcamp, iTunes, Apple Music, and Amazon.

To Subscribe to The ZYG 808's channel as well as tune in on 8/29 at 8pm to see the video, visit:
http://tinyurl.com/thezyg808youtube


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