Chris Webby Reflects on Childhood in ‘Superhuman’ Video
Chris Webby is a Connecticut-based rhymer who made a name for himself in the indie rap scene with his 2013 debut EP ‘Homegrown.’ Recently, he dropped a new mixtape called ‘The Checkup,’ which includes the autobiographical song, ‘Superhuman.’ Webby just released a video for the reflective track, which Arcade Sushi premiered today (July 30).
In the Hunter Lyon-directed clip, Webby recalls his childhood of reading Superman comics and playing Nintendo video games, which have inspired him to rap. In the next segment, we seen a teenage Webby listening to classic rap albums from Biggie and Tupac Shakur and writing rhymes in his notepad.
“My super powers have evolved better look out / I’m Gambit with a full house / Magneto in a metal room…/ Superman in the air now / I’m Scott Summers in a stare down / Nobody’s stepping to the s— I’m doin’ / I’m here and I’m superhuman,” he raps.
In addition to the video, Webby is working on his next full-length project titled ‘Chemically Imbalanced,’ set for release on eOne Music.