‘Keep Going’ Is All The Encouragement We Need In New Single From SunniLong

Hip-hop has long been an outlet for SunniLong and a way to turn his struggles into strengths, as well as a means by which to achieve his dream and provide a better life for his loved ones. His new single, ‘Keep Going’, from his latest project, ‘Enter The Dragon’, is a message of positivity from the Toronto-based artist, and the accompanying video is like a scene straight from an action movie.

With cool-headed candour and natural talent, SunniLong became a student of an industry where everyone is fighting to be at the top. Thankfully his ability to layer authentic lyricism over addicting beats makes him a tough act to follow, and his latest project ‘Enter The Dragon’, is sure to have his fans chanting his name and champing for more.

The music video for ‘Keep Going’ harnesses the vibe of SunniLong’s dynamic, free-flowing lyricism, as it follows SunniLong and rapper Stacccs on the run from authorities. The pair weave through Toronto streets on a high-speed chase, ducking through shady alleys, never stopping to breathe, which leads to somewhat intense and even comic, tension-breaking moments. This is the second collaboration between SunniLong and Stacccs, and in the clip, when it feels like the two are finally in the clear, the storyline takes a sharp twist that leaves you questioning everything. ‘Keep Going’ brings with it the message to keep pushing yourself, to get where you want to be: in spite of what is in your way.

‘Keep Going’ to watch the music video and also follow SunniLong online on his website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and his Linktree.

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