Hex One returns with his new ‘Leave It All Behind’ visual.
The third release from Hex One’s official debut solo album ‘Words Worth a Thousand Pictures‘.Â ‘Leave It All Behind‘ deals with all the ills that come with growing up in many low income neighborhoods in America. The influences these environments have on the youth and the exacerbation of these problems by the media and television.Â Video was shot in New York City.
Fueled by today’s lack of appreciation and the decline in the art of the lyricist, Hex One’s latest album ‘Words Worth a Thousand Pictures’ aims to take a stand for those who are truly masters of their craft. Technical, yet with a clear and concise message and deeply personal at times, Hex One offers a glimpse into his life as an MC and the world he lives in as seen through the scope of his lens.
Backed by hard headnodic beats, deep, soulful samples with east coast and jazz influences, and booming drums and bass lines, Hex masterfully shatters contemporary society’s notion of Hip-hop being a lowbrow genre of music. Despite music itself being highly subjective in nature, he aims to remove some of this subjectivity and boldly proclaim that some art simply takes more skill than others and talent is most certainly measurable.