Jay Givenchy has become one of the fastest-rising independent rap stars out of Florida. The cinematic music video for his 2018 debut single “Cam Newton ” shook up WorldStarHipHop.com and quickly validated him giving him access to a wider audience. Following Kodak Black, Jay Givenchy’s path is once again consolidating the rise of Haitian Hip Hop Artists in Broward County. Raised in a single-parent home and born from a Bahamian mom and Haitian father, Jay Givenchy had a rough path growing up in Pompano Beach and had a lot of people that have underestimated him or have judged him for his mistakes but he is now showing how those growing pains is fueling his artistry. After his latest single, titled Forgive of Forget, shook up the scene and all streaming platforms, amassing thousands of streams and views in the first weeks, he has finally blessed us with the video that completes the delivery. The visuals catapult you in the mind space and mood of the artist right beside Jay’s day ones and even if the instrumental for this song really gives a melancholic type of vibe characterized by high pitched vocals, the trumpeting melodies, and the choir on the hook, at the same time this plays a fundamental role in the perception of this track as an open testament, a promise to everyone who ever underestimated or mistreated him, a battle cry that points out how instead of forgetting or forgiving he will use all those critics and setbacks as stepping stones to climb all the way up to a successful career and a successful life until he has all that he is working hard for, or “til my Audemars vvs baguette, and I’m eating steak and lobster on a jet” as the lyrics say. Once again Jay dropped a track that will immediately impress listeners with his amazing lyrical fow and dazzling energy and he has accompanied it with a quality and energy matching Video, resulting in a powerful product.