Grace Park lyricist Huey Briss’ Flowers Before The Grave is still in heavy rotation with us here at SL. Now the Long Beach, California rapper revisits the album with the brand new video for the standout track “Avirex Leather.” Produced by Walt Mansa, the chilling, fast-paced tempo of the record is laced with Briss’ prestigious pen for luxury things.
Shot in New York and directed by Tommy Nowels of July Holdings, in the video for “Avirex Leather,” Briss’ lyricism shines through as the camera zooms in on his expressive face and captures the raw emotion in his delivery. The juxtaposition of the gritty visuals with Briss’ poetic verses creates a captivating contrast, highlighting the depth and complexity of his artistry. The Avirex leather jacket, a symbol of style, luxury, and individuality, serves as a metaphor for Briss’ journey as an artist. It represents his determination to stand out and make a mark while staying true to his unique perspective.
With its captivating visuals, powerful performance, and thoughtful execution, the video for “Avirex Leather” solidifies Huey Briss’ artistic vision and further proves why he’s an underground staple as he continues to push boundaries and carve his own path in the industry.
Watch the new video for “Avirex Leather” below.