We Got That ‘Voodoo Flow’ With Fresh Da Zoe

Raised in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, Fresh Da Zoe brings Caribbean roots sounds to mainstream hip-hop with his new single, ‘Voodoo Flow’.

While his sound might have a tough edge brought about by his upbringing, he nonetheless has a unique storytelling style, which in all its rawness is precise, confrontative, and honest.

The recent success of his single, ‘No Sleep’, which has so far brought in more than a hundred thousand streams – captivated audiences from all over the world, and left both them, and Fresh Da Zoe himself, hungry for more.

Fresh Da Zoe is conscious of having to live up to the hype, and so he’s viewing ‘No Sleep’ as the launchpad for an even bigger chance to show off his creative genius. In ‘Voodoo Flow’, he thinks he’s found it.

With bars that hit with precision and a coolness that has quickly become his signature, Fresh Da Zoe’s ‘Voodoo Flow’ speaks directly to those who are wishing evil on him. He navigates the gritty beat with an otherworldly talent, while his lyrics set him apart with dark moodiness. The accompanying music video follows the tone of the lyrics with cult-like visuals of the artist performing alongside a ritualistic fire. Altogether Fresh Da Zoe brings both elements of creativity and raunchiness together with the end result a video which will have you transfixed, as if by voodoo.

You can watch the music video for ‘Voodoo Flow’ below and find out more about Fresh Da Zoe and his music online on his official website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram.

Fresh Da Zoe - Voodoo Flow (Official Music Video)

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