Published on February 27th, 2019 | by Guest Editor0
American-Bangladeshi R&B Artist Rahmaan Questions His “wrth” In Abstract New Video
American-Bangladeshi hip-hop and R&B singer, Rahmaan, today released a mesmerizing new video for his single “wrth”. The video transports the viewer to an intensely colorful, computer-generated dimension which combines celestial imagery with spiritual figures from Rahmaan’s own Hindu culture. The trippy imagery of the video and Rahmaan’s smooth, heartfelt track together form a visually-packed yet somehow soothing psychedelic experience typically associated with works of alt-pop artists, a testament to Rahmaan’s fresh take on R&B music.
Rahmaan’s “wrth” is a continuation of the exploration into his blend of cultural experiences, but it delves deeper into how his background has affected his relationships. His relatable lyrics perfectly capture the nerves and uncertainty that are on display when one is caught up in an unbalanced, toxic relationship.
Rahmaan debuted his music back in July 2016 and has only been growing. He’s produced a number of tracks since then, some of which have reached over half a million plays. He has been featured in more interviews in the past couple of years and has had the chance to speak about why his music has such a unique style. Rahmaan credits his family for introducing him to Bollywood and Bangladeshi music which he always blends into his songs.
“wrth” and its video debut follow Rahmaan’s release of his album Gracious (2017), which features tracks such as “Longterm” and “Sapphire”. These and Rahmaan’s other music are available for streaming on all digital platforms.Tweet