Croydon’s Marc Jones is back with the bold ‘Evel Knievel’ a collaboration between producers RP9 and SaintBeats.
With an infectious sample accompanying the drill genre’s familiar pulsating bassline, Marc showcases his full lyrical repertoire to painting the vivid picture of how calculated risks can lead to success in the face adversity.
Using various striking visual illustrations, the video brings the track to life, exploring the themes of fear and the notion of taking a gamble – all the while paying homage to the man lauded as a daredevil stuntman, who inspired the track’s title.
“Risks are usually seen as negative, but I’ve found that in my own life, calculated risks at the right time have often led to progress.” Marc summarises in his thought process behind the record. “Sometimes doing the right thing can be the biggest risk, but that shouldn’t mean that we don’t do it.”
Still all black when you see me
Was gone now I’m back no hunch
Life’s good didn’t need no genie
Don’t need a wish with God in front
With over 4m streams to his name, Marc’s setting his sights high and has the music to back his ambition:
To become a fixture in the UK rap scene, maintaining his unique and uplifting perspective.
So support Marc Jones and let’s see good, Godly artists in the influence sphere of popular music.
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