Brooklyn’s Corey St.Rose releases highly anticipated single and music video for his prolific new song, “Get It Back.”
Corey’s swaggering persona is on full display in the music video for “Get It Back.” The young rapper embodies the Brooklyn bravado made famous by his predecessors Big Daddy Kane, The Notorious B.I.G., and Jay Z. His plush fashion sense gives the edgy music video a bit of elegance. The close-ups of jewelry, designer logos, and beautiful women posing as hooligans will entertain viewers.
“Get It Back” is loose in its song structure but allows Corey to showcase his skills as a rapper and showman. Two ski masked vixens accompany him while he parades throughout New York City spitting boastful lyrics. “I just copped a cuban for the trigger finger, might cop another one for the middle finger.” His words are gritty and reminiscent of the “old Brooklyn” Roc Nation artist, Casanova often raps about.
Video director, dpoftheyear transitions between shots taken in the streets of Chinatown to aerial visuals of Corey’s rooftop hangout. The nighttime setting enhances the vibe of the song. The videos hazy soundscape produced by Tyeon Thompson intensifies the psychedelic effects used by the director.
“Get It Back” is Corey’s first release since dropping his 10-track project, Vibes in September. Vibes gave his career a slight boost, he’s posed for trendy fashion website VFILES and his breakthrough single, “Elaborate” was featured in several music blogs.