Scorcher unveiled a music video for his new Donae’O produced single Paranoid a few days ago, via Link Up TV, directed by himself and Chas Appeti. Paranoid is a bass resounding grime-come-trap banger and is a monster of a track on which Scorcher displays a range of flows and flawless lyrics that address the paranoid state that he be in when dealing with the boys on road, preferring to role on his ones than with untrustworthy guys. With much of Scorcher’s visuals of late, even projects he has been involved in, have been cinematic in style owing to his experience in front of the camera, starring as one of the lead roles in independent film The Intent as Hoodz. Scorcher has started off 2017 on high, appearing on BBC’s Match of the Day, dropping an exclusive Spurs Freestyle which gained 420,000 views in 24 hours. This single also follows up The Movement reunion on his last single 99 Riddim (My Ting), and the Davinche track Powers also featuring The Movement members Ghetts and Mercston. Watch the video for Paranoid and leave us your feedback in the comments section below.
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