Brooklyn's Royal Clutch Release
Brooklyn hip-hop trio Royal Clutch has released the official music video for their single "Jumping Gaps.
Online, May 21, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Brooklyn hip-hop trio Royal Clutch has released the official music video for their single "Jumping Gaps." Made up of rappers, Jase, Kos D, and Reese, Royal Clutch's new track is one of the latest off their forthcoming album, Welcome Back to BKLYN to be released later this year. "Jumping Gaps" will make its debut on YouTube.
Produced by Ioan Delice, the music video was directed by Kellian Delice and was filmed in the Brooklyn neighborhoods of East Flatbush and Lefferts Garden. Since the release of their first two singles, "Fresh Faces" and the increasing popular ode to their hometown, "Welcome Back to BKLYN", Royal Clutch has cultivated a lyrical atmosphere reminiscent of legendary hip-hop acts like A Tribe Called Quest, The Roots and Lupe Fiasco.
As they continue putting the finishing touches on the album, Royal Clutch will be lining up several performance dates this summer in efforts to promote their new singles and unique contribution to hip hop. Some of their past performances include: American Trash in New York City, The Pyramid Club in New York City and Colby College in Maine.
About Royal Clutch
Coming live from Brooklyn, Royal Clutch, upholds the Hip-Hop standards put in place by their legendary forefathers. While providing a fresh take on the everyday trials of the young black male, the group bares it all with their menacing lyrics, eclectic beats, and relatable stories. Consisting of rappers, Jase, Kos D, and Reese, Royal Clutch presents witty bravado, wordplay, and loads of personality. The group is looking to add their name into the conversation of up and coming Brooklyn artists with plans of finding their way to the frontline of the new New York.
With their newest video, "Jumping Gaps," Royal Clutch cuts out the frills and instead, places their focus on raw emotion and aggression. Shot entirely in black and white, the imagery reflects the gritty and bleak subject matter of the song.