Mort Vivant – Spooky Boi @its_mort_vivant

Mort Vivant’s “Spooky Boi” flick is a gritty and unhinged performance filled with voice/tone switch-ups, over a catchy beat that’s almost too nasty for the club. It has the earworm hook, it has the slow verse switch-up that hits right back with double-time bars, it has the AESTHETIC-lofi-found footage-1:1 aspect ratio music video that adds to the chaos.

Lansing, Michigan-based rapper and producer Mort Vivant balances rhymes packed with introspective content and experimental production influenced by Flatbush Zombies, Yung Lean, Denzel Curry, Ski Mask The Slump God, and $uicideboys. Beginning music production in his early teenage years, he drew early influence from an amalgamation of progressive house & rave music while fusion dancing with various underground rap niches in his later years.

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