R.A. The Rugged Man Returns to the Golden Era in ‘Definition of a Rap Flow’ Video
R.A. the Rugged Man steps into the director’s chair as he takes viewers back through the Golden Era in the video for his single ‘Definition of a Rap Flow” featuring Amalie Bruun. Legends like Grandmaster Caz, Sadat X and Chill Rob Q all make cameo appearances in this video which sees R.A. reveling in ’80s pop culture with everything from ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’ to ‘Pac-Man’ showing up along the way.
The lighthearted nature of the video and whimsical hook are juxtaposed by the rapid fire of the Rugged Man’s double time flow. A true lyricist, R.A. delivers a verse that’s sure to have you replaying it multiple times to catch what you missed.
R.A. raps, “Yo, let’s begin it like this / the definition of a rap flow, I’ma reinvent it like this / now what’s that, bust first, I bust back / must crush, bust gats, must bust, a small time crook / I’m stealing your hubcaps, ain’t nothing for discussion / I’m crushing you’re dust and you’re done in when I’m busting the rough raps / the Biz Mark, Bismarck / What is it, a blizzard, Is it a limit / Any crime you could name I committed / I admit it, I did it / lottery, gotta be in it to win it / I’m just a white boy ruining what blacks invented / but I’m the baddest, undefeated / beat it, believe it, leaving you leaking, losing blood like an anemic / I’m rather conceited / rappers are comedic, heated leaving you paraplegic.”
R.A. the Rugged Man’s new album ‘Legends Never Die’ is available now on Nature Sounds.