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New York-bred MC Radamiz was born to Dominican-immigrant parents in the Bedford–Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn. Over the years, the 26-year-old developed an affinity for classic Hip Hop and it shows in the music he creates.

Radamiz recently recruited seasoned beatsmith Statik Selektah for “Fake Gucci” and now, he’s back with a video.

“The ‘Fake Gucci’ video is a display of arriving at your confidence,” Radamiz tells HipHopDX. “We play with the motif of the younger kid looking up to the older role model, reenacting movement and action to get to that place of representing yourself impenetrably.

“I wanted to represent for Sumner and Tompkins Projects, the Dominican community in Dyckman and my family. The song is a celebration of believing in yourself after adversity and we just wanted to put that self-love and joy on full display.”

Along with the “Fake Gucci” visual, Radamiz has also announced his forthcoming album Nothing Changes If Nothing Changes.

Last weekend, Radamiz debuted the album cut “7-D1G1TS” on his own hotline, which was supported by a city-wide poster campaign in the Big Apple and his home borough Brooklyn. The hotline (833-7-D1G1TS) features skits, music and news about his upcoming release.

Nothing Changes If Nothing Changes is expected to arrive on October 4 via Payday Records. 

Pre-orders are available here.