Omen44 has dropped off a fresh video for his song “Plug”, featuring Queensbridge, New York legends Tragedy Khadafi and Big Twins. Originally from Kobe, Japan, Omen44 relocated to New York and established himself in both New York and Japanese hip-hop circles, collaborating and sharing stages with the likes of Sadat X, Craig G, Large Professor, and more. For his latest offering he links with celebrated Queensbridge emcees Tragedy Khadafi and Big Twins, both of whom have a deep history within New York’s rich music scene, for an elegant yet gritty new joint called “Plug”, paired with a refreshing music video directed by Hostage Media.
“Plug”, produced by DJ Scratch Nice, contains graceful instrumentation based around weaving keys that drift atop a gritty, punchy drum line. Underscored by rich bass, the track picks up an intoxicating groove, which creates a solid foundation for the emcees deft, razor-sharp flows. Each artist compliments each other with cohesive performances that transition smoothly into the next- with Omen’s sturdy, smooth verses, Khadafi’s confident, imagery-rich lines, and Big Twins’ raw, energizing delivery. The music video features sleek editing capturing the feel of Queens, with a refreshing mood that suits the track’s crisp piano lines.
On Omen44’s latest offering “Plug”, featuring Tragedy Khadafi and Big Twins, the trio deliver their vivid verses amidst NYC famed cornerstones and landmarks. Big Twins and Tragedy Khadafi bring raw grittiness that balances Omen44’s understated verses, while all three come together for an organic, cohesive performance.