Radical Something - Step Right Up

Posted 4 years ago
Producer:
Radical Something and Mike Cash
Album:
SUMMERofRAD Series

While Radical Something’s #SummerofRAD series has continued to serve as a welcomed weekly addition to this sweltering summer of ours, it’s great that the guys have finally dropped some visuals. So with the release of Step Right Up, the 8th entry in the series, we’re also treated to the JOEBUSY-directed visuals. Shot in just one take, the music video features the Cali trio set against a lush backdrop, which just so happens to be painted on a canvas that’s directly behind them. With assistance from Mike Cash, the production on Step Right Up reflects the lovable, party vibe Radical Something have quickly become quite well-known for. As always be sure to check for the next addition to the #SummerofRAD series next Monday.

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