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    South London Trio VX Mob Contends For Video Of The Year With: LMNOP

    South London Trio VX Mob Contends For Video Of The Year With: LMNOP

    VX Mob continues their impressive start to 2022 with the latest single “LMNOP,” accompanied by one of the most unique visuals you’ve seen this year.

    Coming off the back of their fiery release ‘Choppa’ which set the stage for an impressive year, VX are continuing to deliver their trademark wavey and intoxicating style of U.K. rap/drill infused R&B with the latest offering “LMNOP.”

    Being the trio’s introduction for what they have in store for 2022, their last single “Choppa” provided listeners with an infectious banger with impressively unique visuals and production courtesy of Grammy-nominated MG. From this, the up-and-coming group was able to rack up an impressive amount of views, totaling over 50,000 on YouTube. With such solid momentum behind them, “LMNOP” is the perfect continuation, delivering the same incredibly unique visuals (this time directed by the talented Spike Silverton), wavey delivery, and top-tier MG-produced instrumentation.

    VX Mob was formed including VX Raff, VX Duse, VX Ells, and later joined by Grammy-nominated producer MG and creator Film By Todd to complete the phenomenal creative squad. A project initially founded as a clothing brand, they began to create sounds and experiment with a hip hop style; infused with the groups’ native tongues and Latin/afro rhythms and influence.

    Duse was noticed by Grammy award-winning producer and composer Kurtis Mckenzie, a multi-platinum producer. Kurtis Mckenzie is a producer, songwriter, and musician who has worked with some of the biggest names in the game such as Chris Brown, Shakira, Kendrick Lamar, Doja Cat, Iggy Azalea, Selena Gomez, Khalid,  Childish Gambino, and Rita Ora.

    VX Duse debuted his single “PRISM” in August, which truly replicates his alternative R&B style infused with his Latin heritage and notes of UK drill. The dramatic video was directed by Otis Dominique and was shot on the late-night streets of South London – Streatham, Croydon – where VX Mob calls home. Shortly after his Spanish release “PARAISO” dropped and truly displayed his diverse music abilities and bi-lingual tongue. Both tracks were produced by MG Grammy-nominated producer MG with credits for co-producing 2 tracks on Doja Cat’s album PLANET HER.

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