Korean-American rapper Resilience returns with a high-powered drill and trap-influenced single ‘Scar’, accompanied by a sure-fire official music video this July.
Connecticut-based, Korean-American rapper Resilience’s discography is the result of everything he’s gone through, overcome and come back stronger from. The emerging talent takes inspiration from the emotional anthems of NF, the hard-edged drill of the late Pop Smoke and the iconic lyricism of Emimen whilst blending them into his own brand of hard-hitting rap prowess. July welcomes the arrival of a fresh single with renewed energy across ‘Scar’ which is backed by a gritty and captivating official music video.
‘Scar’ is an elevating and alluring drill affair of great finesse – the track is taken to another level by Resilience’s icy flow, whilst fellow Connecticut drill phenoms Boomer1x and E Hitta add their flawless blend of lyricism to this captivating affair. Sinister melodies combine with pulsating rhythms and a booming bassline for an undeniably alluring track and a notable performance from the trio.
“Scar was a release valve for our aggression and anger instead of taking it to the street, we hope the listener can relate.” – Resilience
Resilience’s lyrics serve up his reflections upon experiences of love, loss, betrayal, street life and struggles with mental health, all of which have shaped him into a stronger, wiser person and well-rounded recording artist. Sometimes in his feelings and sometimes all-out aggressive, the man behind the mask is always able to find his lane within the scene.