Copywrite Delivers New “Silence” Video

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Copywrite shares his latest video for “Silence.”

Death is never easy to talk about. It’s the ever familiar cycle of life that we never really get used to. It’s the part of life that we don’t understand and quite frankly flat out refuse to accept in most cases. On his latest single “Silence” the Columbus, Ohio vet Copywrite pays homage to his fallen MHz brother Camu Tao (R.I.P.), who also coincidentally produced the track. The song can be found on Copy’s latest album “The High Exhaulted II: Scene One” via Man Bites Dog Records Bandcamp.

“This first verse is from a song I wrote to one of Camu’s other beats. I Called it “McCartney & Lennon” likening our friendship + musicianship to the song writing powerhouse of LiverPool’s “Fab Four” along with the tragic demise of their friendship, which some could compare to a chapter of what the world witnessed with Tero & i. Mu as y’all knew him. I was blessed to be able to squash any issues that Camu had with me & vice versa. Twice before Camu passed, the Creator put us in one another’s paths.
Once on the Northside of Columbus. I was with my Homie Keenan going to grab the military 4 jordans and Camu called me names and we were beaming with smiles cus we’re brothers like that. The second time was two days after that. I was with my Mom at Kroger on Main st. and Mu was with his sisters.
I love that Brother to the Moon and back so here’s a little song I did for him. The second verse is completely off topic because I was trying to get the album done. This is one of the many beats my Brother Tero left me. We hope you enjoy it. Tell them you love them while they’re here.” – Copywrite

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