Kurdish-Canadian rapper Dillin Hoox, based in Ottawa, Canada, recently released new visuals for his Diract Beats-produced single, “Spirit,” which sees him square off against his aggressive ego. Concrete Films swiftly works in two versions of Hoox in the video, with the two budding heads as he goes through the motions of his day; fighting hard to overcome his ego’s urges. So far it’s racked up over 25K views in under a week. The video comes in support of Hoox’s album debut, Life As I Know It, which is available on Spotify, iTunes, and other major outlets. Hoox has put together an impressive visual campaign for his album with a total of 7 out of 12 songs receiving video support. Check out the latest, “Spirit,” and a couple of other recent releases below.
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