DICI Takes Us From ‘Left to Right’ With New Rap Single

DICI has been in our sights for only this year, but this incredibly prolific artist has been pumping out hit after hit. His latest single, ‘Left To Right’, will be welcomed by his fans, who are already more than 100,000 strong on TikTok alone.

DICI has been making music for two short years, and it’s certainly been a whirlwind for the artist, who’s gone from avid music fan playing with Pro Tools in the privacy of his own room, to the global rap phenomenon his today.

Blending powerhouse beats with hypnotic flows, DICI creates complex lyrical masterpieces, and ‘Left To Right’ is no exception. He focuses on themes of love, culture, personal struggles, and above all, triumphs, the resulting songs being relatable to a wide audience. Additionally, his entrepreneurial talents allow him to mould and remould his image as and when required, a formula which has seen him rise to international stardom, and become the voice of a generation.

In the video for ‘Left To Right’, DICI is shown surrounded by 60s cars and stunning models, showing that he has moved into a new era, one inspired by the fast life of other rap stars. With free flowing bars and chilled out beats, DICI and his dancers shine a light on the new luxurious lifestyle he is allowed, by virtue of having created his own musical empire. Directed by award-winning Brian Bayerl, who is a frequent DICI collaborator, the clip is a high quality visual that lifts the track to the highest of highs, and should ensure it is as successful as the artist’s previous releases.

Find out more about DICI on his official website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok, and watch the video for ‘Left To Right’ below.

DICI - Left to Right (Official Video)

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