After shocking the industry with his latest video “Smack Em,” Kaboom creates flawless visual “Do This” in a 12 bedroom Charlotte mansion. The video is climbing in popularity, has over 200k views and was directed by The Ave, who’s handled many of Charlottes mainstream rappers over the years.
Kaboom was not alone in the video, which also featured Sno Wooh and Money 2x. The 3 North Carolina rappers sometimes combine their talent and lyricism to create a trio group called the Party Pack and have videos together that date back over 8 years ago. Kaboom’s cadence and lyrics overflow with enough explosive energy to raise the heads of anyone that has not been exposed to aggressive music. The Fayetteville, based rapper keeps viewers entertained with a creative look, free form dreads and military combat movements that almost appear to pop-out of the screen.
The video started to gain hype from blogs that have been reposting the artist’s video rant that people find somewhat offensive. In the video rant, Kaboom speaks of being aggressive on “humans” in the music industry when you want something done right.
That rant has racked up hundreds of thousands of views on different Instagram blog pages such as FusciousTv, Stay Down Productions, Hiphop Central and more. The video has also gained some traction from the All Urban Central YouTube channel when they reposted his video within their social community.
“Do This” is gaining traction from viewers everywhere, but the most feedback has come from North and South Carolina where the artist has local popularity due to a history of music releases, shows, and networking. All Kaboom’s videos are unique in their own way, and have been filmed by “The Ave” and “Wax Bando.” The rapper says every video is art and expression of his emotions at that current time. In one interview Kaboom says after he recorded a song, he went from the studio straight to a production set to film a video all in the same day.
By doing a search on YouTube for Kaboom Holy, you will see that the artist has a variety of videos with an has accumulated a million of views across all social platforms. The artist has had his records picked up my by many radio stations across the Carolina’s due to his popularity, even when a few stations said his music was too aggressive for radio. Fans are awaiting the next move while addictively replaying his current records.
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