Rising UK-based rap duo Kings Cvstle tackles a delicate topic of their new launch ‘Males Do not Cry’. The reflective report dives deep into the topic of male vulnerability and the way society has induced males to suppress their feelings. Over a darkish and gloomy soundscape, the duo describe the story of a person unable to precise his true emotions for his companion, and the ache that comes with suppressing them over time. The story is vivid and provides listeners a nuanced and thorough perspective on the ache that comes from the eager for understanding and acceptance.
The visuals for “Males Do not Cry” are emotionally gripping and start with a compelling spoken introduction by WolfKeila over clips of males from numerous skilled backgrounds. The video then switches to King Cvstle having some kind of séance in a dimly lit room with a love coronary heart floating behind him, symbolizing his love for his girlfriend. All through his verses, King Cvstle’s physique is roofed in phrases and phrases generally utilized by society, including to the stress he struggles to cope with. The lyrics are uncooked and sincere, and it is clear that he speaks from private expertise.
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The debut EP ‘On the best way‘ is out now right here.