Today, South London rapper Kadiata mixes the ratchet with the Rembrandt as he unveils the visuals for his new single, "Art Hoes", shot at London's Tate Gallery.
Listing his formative influences as far-reaching as '90s Brit-pop to American hip-hop, Kadiata carries a steady brand of melodic, drum-laden rap. Speaking with Complex ahead of the grand reveal, he shed some light on the track and its peculiar subject matter: "'Art Hoes' is the latest execution of the genre I embody, one I call 'Art Trap'. It's a blend of proper ratchet, ignorant trap music, classy sonic structure and a deep, substance-driven subject matter."
Sounds like quite the mixture in theory, and in reality, it emerges as a fluid, woozy three minutes of pure escapism. Press play on "Art Hoes" exclusively above.