Bronx Rapper Euro League makes directorial debut with “Violence”

In his directorial debut, Euro League, the Bronx-native rapper takes us to church in his new video for “Violence,” produced by MP Williams. Quoting a scripture from Genesis 6:13, he tells a story about the uncertainties, dangers, ills and violence that surrounds him on a daily basis, knowing he can’t do much to alter the circumstances of his people. Watch the insightful, glum short film below and be on the lookout for his forthcoming EP titled, Euro Trip: Continuum, which is set to release sometime this Summer:

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