Tinyman – ‘DND (Do Not Disturb)’ | Music Video

Some conscious UK rappers may only ever be associated with the underground, but what works in their favour is that their sounds and musical personas are undiluted — something that heavily appeals to consumers of real Hip-Hop. Meaningful music has the power to touch the masses and the smokescreen of commercialism (from my own observations) really does hide authentic and talented emerging artists, particularly in the UK.

There is no reason we cannot celebrate undiscovered talent, so I’d like to introduce 22-year-old artist, Tinyman. As a poet and enthusiast of neo-soul and conscious Hip-Hop, he possesses many of the elements that the UK rap scene is missing.

Hailing from South London, Tinyman has caught the attention of many with his experimental Hip-Hop and its abstract wordplay, thought-provoking concepts and diverse presentation.

His latest video is for his most-favoured song, “DND (Do Not Disturb)” — taken from his 2010 debut the Nameless EP — and is an emotional, love-infused collection of his deepest thoughts interpreted through the screen. The screenplay, written by Tinyman and directed, filmed and edited by Lewis Bartram, captures picturesque parts of London whilst delivering a gritty storyline dealing with encountering a lover from the past, creating an artistic perception and making this a great first video for the upcoming rap artist.


 
Tinyman Online: Youtube / Facebook / @TINYMANMUSIC/ Soundcloud

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