Just like hip-hop artists in African nations that have fused the genre with the Afrobeat sound and hip-hop artists in the United Kingdom who have fused hip-hop with their native Grime music, Sout Korea's K-Hip-Hop genre is popular and booming with a fusion like no other. K-Hip-Hop is quickly coming to the forefront of the international hip-hop realm due to the mass amount of talented participants and followers these artists have single-handedly curated. The Seoul, South Korea-bred rapper known as Sik-K is one of the elite artists in the K-Hip-Hop community despite only being around since 2016.
Sik-K has released a total of four EPs since entering the music industry and his most recent, Trapart (2018), has allowed him to become an international sensation. Now, the artist born, Kwon Min-sik has dropped the visuals for his latest single entitled "Addict" which can be viewed in the video link provided above.
Sonically, the song produced by Girlnexxtdoor features a densely-plucked guitar riff, a heavy bass line, and intense drum pattern breakdowns entering into the chorus of the composition where elements of dance music and an array of synth pads are introduced. Sik-K delivers his lyrics in Korean professing his love to a being, equating their love to that of addiction. Visually, the video directed by Illumin features high contrast imagery, silhouettes of Sik-K, the visuals of internal organs and the nervous system's effects going through addictive phases, as well as scenes of Sik-K and his love interest sharing special moments.
As previously stated, check out the visuals of Sik-K's latest single in the video link provided above. Also, be sure to check out Sik-K on his upcoming North American tour, tickets available, here (Tickets). And lastly, stick with AXS for all of your ticketing requirements.