Safone joins forces with fellow West Midlands artist Luke Truth in a brand-new video for his latest track entitled 100 Hands Praying Emoji. The SVMI directed visual sees a load of eye-catching drone shots, as Safone wastes no time on this track getting straight to the point from the first bar where he says, “I ain’t got no love for feds, they kicked my door and took the jewels”, as he continues to deliver nothing but that real rap for the rest of the verse.
Music producer and multi-genre vocalist Luke Truth then comes in to give the track a different edge with a chorus that echoes all the points raised in Safones’ previous verse. When the video concludes following Safones’ second verse, we then see a short skit (which was previously released on his channel a few days ago) showing a news broadcast announcing that his headline show has been cancelled. Safone then interrupts the broadcast to let everyone know that he is launching the first Grime/Hip-hop pay-per-view show at a secret location, allowing viewers to stream worldwide.