Updated: May 12
New Orleans, Louisiana Native Gemellus drops back to back visuals with "Lottery" directed by Private Billions and his latest visual to "Fish N Bread" directed by Fresco Filmz. After diving deep into the New Orleans underground the past few years, we've been able to find some incredible talents that have truly blown us away. We didn’t have to dive too deep in order to find Gemellus, because he’s been popping off in unimaginable ways. His laid-back persona and catchy flows have turned him into an artist who we haven’t been able to forget about, and we're not complaining about that in the slightest. His Latest project E17 was one of our absolute favorite offerings of the entire year, and it’s still something we revisit quite frequently. His unique style is abundant and stands out on every single track, despite the fact that he got Co-Signed from one of the biggest rappers in Houston right now Sauce Walka, among others. With a Co-Sign as this, it’s easy to still get overshadowed even on your own album, but Gemellus voice shines through and sticks out from the crowd.
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Not only did he deliver two excellent new songs, but he also dropped off accompanying visuals to pair with the tracks. As Gemellus makes his way down the street, he dances and acts out his lyrics, having fun at times as he brags of winning the "LOTTERY" while also being noticeably distressed about the anxieties he has constantly floating around in his head. Some shots are slowed down, chopped up, and blurred, creating appealing effects that are even more aesthetically pleasing due to the bright, vibrant lights in the background.
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While this visual is somewhat modest and minimalistic, there are certain natural elements within the setting that help me understand why it was an obvious choice to shoot the video there. Gemellus’ toned-down demeanor is never excessively flashy, and that’s what we enjoy so much about him. He has a subtlety to him and his music, where you might not realize how catchy each song is until you find yourself humming it for days after just one listen. He also doesn’t take every chance he gets to flaunt his wealth, but rather opts for some more introspective troubles he faces on a daily basis. This helps fans relate to him more than most artists, as he is sort of humanized and shares some of the same stresses that his followers might experience as well. It doesn’t feel like we'll ever get tired of listening to Gemellus, whether it’s his previous releases or brand-new offerings, so for that, we're beyond grateful. “Fish N Bread” is the name of Gemellus newest release, so make sure to check it out as soon as you possibly can.