Sylvan LaCue’s Flow Rides The Beat Perfectly On His Vivid Guilt Trip (Video)

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Sylvan LaCue’s “Heavenly” music video was previously featured in Ambrosia For Heads‘ “Ready Or Not” column this April. The Miami, Florida MC who toured the country with Saba proved that he could blend skills with substance. On his latest standalone video, “Guilt Trip,” that proves to be very true. He carries a grabbing chorus and then spits keen verses about self-doubt, drenched in shame. The bars tell the story of this indie MC’s climb from hunger pains to killing all the competition (as he sees it).

[This song] in its entirety is about experiencing confusion about the negative emotions I feel towards my own habits and desires. The first half details the conflict and my conversations with God, while the 2nd half [follows] more of my past experiences that lead me to feeling this way,” explains Sylvan in a press statement.

Directed by Jonathan Benavente, this visual captures the angst and isolation going through Sylvan’s mind.

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LaCue has previously worked with Pell and Caleborate. His Far From Familiar album dropped last year.