Quince Lu unleashes the music video to ‘Coronavirus’

Produced by Cxdy, who is part of the internet money collective, using clever wordplay and ambiguity in his bouncy new banger ‘CoronaVirus’, QuinceLu proves why he is one of rap’s most promising new prospects. 

Simmering with suspicion, the Colombian artist is digging for answers in the track, as he uses the Covid-19 pandemic as a metaphor for a person or situation that is unhealthy and dangerous. The thumping bass beat is wrapped in broody rifs and slick synth chords, as QuinceLu’s impeccable fow commands attention. Describing the track in further detail, he states “The idea of the song came from the Covid-19 pandemic. I put a spin to the term in relation to a person, event, or situation that is toxic and must be avoided”.

The track also featured artist Jay Filly, who is part of my group “OxiGang”. Click here to watch the music video: https://youtu.be/8qMza4U1Bzg

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