redveil Enlists JPEGMAFIA For the Explosive and Unapologetic "black enuff"


Photo: Ivan Collaco

With bars like “I ain't gon' water down just for some wealth,” redveil is making it succinctly clear on “black enuff” that he plans to speak his most rancid truth, no matter who it unsettles. In fact, he’d probably prefer the discomfort.

Featuring an explosive verse from Brooklyn’s very own JPEGMAFIA, there’s an unspoken crowning that accompanies his feature, acknowledging that redveil isn’t just a young, fleeting sensation. His lyrical superiority could only be conducive to professional longevity, promising to evolve into an artist as respected as JPEGMAFIA himself. The two are a match made in experimental hip-hop heaven, with redveil standing as the only feature on JPEGMAFIA and Danny Brown’s 2023 collaborative album, SCARING THE HOES.

Aggressive, powerful, and downright nasty, “black enuff” is important. Beyond it serving as an unapologetic declaration of redveil’s inevitable reign, it’s a soundtrack for anyone daring to claim their Blackness, despite the complexities of living in a society that dares to negate it. With trumpets, crushing drums, and an 808 kick, this self-produced track is redveil’s offering to anyone who has had their identity diluted.

As he gears up for his North American tour and upcoming EP playing w/ fire, due out April 19, redveil is undeniably hungrier than ever. Shows are quickly selling out as fans proclaim 2023 to be his year, and who can doubt them, with time only seasoning his artistic ability. With “black enuff” exceeding all expectations, he hasn’t missed and clearly won’t start now.

Watch the "black enuff" video below:


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