DFW Music News

Watch A.Dd+'s Stunning New Visuals for "Can't Come Down"

Last night around 6pm, Dallas rap duo A.Dd+ dropped a brand new music video on their YouTube channel, for their fan favorite single, "Can't Come Down". Slim Gravy's art-of-storytelling weed saga produced by X The Misfit first hit Soundcloud almost two and a half years ago, but the new Jeff Adair directed clip is not to be slept on. From lush and gorgeous shots of the city, to a slew of notable cameos, to the flawless execution of song's concept-- this is one of the best local music videos we've seen pop up in a while.

Following the song's lyrical narrative, the video follows Slim Gravy on a long, blunted out day in the life of your average Nawf Dallas stoner. As he seeks a 9-5 job between smoking sessions, Adair makes bold use of eloquently composed shots with rapid cuts to surreal and psychedelic b reel.

Among many familiar faces, you may spot A.Dd+'s other half, Paris Pershun in some of the office scenes. Patrick Averhart of local marketing and street promotions powerhouse NASAgang makes an appearance, as does Cool Beings' Jesse Porter. The track's producer X, The Misfit can be spotted in the kaleidoscope widescreen shot framing, and Dallas rapper Sam Lao has a few moments of screen time as a sexy secretary type.

A.Dd+'s Dive Hi Fly Lo has received local and national acclaim since its long awaited release in November 2013. Though the duo has alluded to a new project dropping sooner than later, fans will just have to be patient for now. Roll up some of that good, sit back, and check out the new video below.

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Vanessa Quilantan