Turning up with another blockbuster visual, CLEVER just unveiled the music video for his buzzing single “Rolls Royce Umbrella.” Watch the music video for “Rolls Royce Umbrella”HERE. It notably served as lead off single from his critically acclaimed debut album, CRAZY, available now via Posty Co./Republic Records. Listen to CRAZYHERE.

In the clip, CLEVER performs in front of a tricked-out new Rolls Royce surrounded by umbrellas, literally bringing the lyrics to life. As always, his undeniable mystique and charisma practically pop off the screen.

Stay tuned for more from CLEVER soon. Upon release last month, CRAZY instantly drew tastemaker praise. HotNewHipHop claimed, Clever is finally emerging as one of the most exciting artists in a minute, showcasing range, versatility, and raw emotion in his music, and Genius observed, Clever is never lost in the shuffle, with his theatrical voice and battle rap-honed rhyming skills taking center stage.” Complex put it best, “As a debut album, CRAZY is tone-setting for Clever. Consisting of 13 songs, each track on the album sends a different message and showcases a different complexion of Clever’s skills. To date, tracks from the album have already amassed nearly 100 million total streams and views.

He bulldozed the way for the record with the buzzing smash “Life’s A Mess II” [feat. Juice WRLD & Post Malone]. It has amassed 17 million-plus and counting Spotify streams in addition to garnering critical acclaim Beyond plugs from UPROXX and HotNewHipHop, HYPEBEAST described it as “a heartbreaking, hard-hitting and hypnotic version.” Complex included it on “Best New Music This Week” and went on to call it “heartfelt.” Meanwhile, the early standout “Rolls Royce Umbrella” [feat. Chris Brown] has also posted up 2.3 million Spotify streams and counting.

Crazy threads together an unforgettable trip through CLEVER’s mind, and he invited some icons along for the ride. He joins forces with Lil Wayne and Isaiah Lyric on the piano-driven “Call Me Nobody” where his quiet verses give way to a towering chorus and knockout cameos from Weezy and Isaiah. Ominous keys underscore the painful social justice melodies of “Skittles” [feat. Lil Baby] as he wails, “If I beat another case, what’s the score?” Everything culminates on the airy guitar and 808 exhale of “Alive. The finale builds towards one last vocal exorcism punctuated by a bold vocal crescendo.

Repeatedly dubbed “The music industry’s best-kept secret,” CLEVER is no longer a secret in 2021.


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