New York-based musician, Brutini passes along some words for advice to other natives and aspiring artists in his first-ever single, “Ghetto Town,” which will serve as a song off his forthcoming project, Drippamphetamine.
On “Ghetto Town,” the versatile rapper/singer speaks about his upbringing, what he’s seen and learned. Elsewhere, Brutini urges those listening to be cautious. “Angels and demons tryna set up soldiers/Watch the vultures sit, and they plot,” he raps in auto-croon. In another verse, Brutini also tells others to stay strong, stay humble, and, most importantly, keep their eyes on the prize.
Afterward, his feature, kahGEE uses his signature baritone to forewarn those talking down on his name. Ultimately, the song highlights the trials and tribulations that Brooklyn brings out of people. Sonically, the song carries an ambient build-up before taking on a drill music approach.
The visual for “Ghetto Town” shows an animated version of Brutini and kahGEE who travel through what seems to be Times Square, the jungle, Barclays Center, and the courthouse. The two also find time to travel between the Ghetto Town and Brooklyn.
Watch the music video for “Ghetto Town” by Brutini ft. kahGEE below: