Connecticut emcee D¬Rev releases visuals for “Flower of Life”, the latest single off his project “Dirty Capital”. B.B.Z Darney, who also produced the rest of the album, is the man behind this haunting instrumental, on which D¬Rev flows effortlessly.
Filmed on Lantern Hill in southern New England, the rural scenery perfectly compliments the track. Fittingly, the visuals are based on a mushroom trip D¬Rev experienced. The song itself is based on the concept of the flower of life, a representation of how the conscious grows and expands throughout the lifetime it lives as being a human being (and other creatures).
D¬Rev explains: “In order to expand the conscious in this concept, the human has to “take risks” and go to the “edge of it’s circle of knowledge”, and begin to create another circle of knowledge. A “pedal”.” He believes that in our current society, the concept of protesting is outdated, and we are left with only one solution: fighting the system economically, by investing in good businesses and communities instead of a corrupt system. “Take risks” to support good business and communities. To go to the ‘edge’ of what’s comfortable to us and make a new and better “pedal” in our story on this planet.”
The album “Dirty Capital” has been out since February 9th and was released with a limited physical edition of only 100 copies, of which only twenty copies are left. The album features hex one and tek of epidemic, and Chris Rivers amongst others.
Let D¬Rev take you on a trip and check out the visuals for “Flower of life” now.