Toronto’s own Skevious Tips drops deep visual for single ‘All In’: Watch

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Canada’s Skevious Tips surprised me. With his latest release, ‘All In’ is my first introduction to the artist, I wasn’t sure what to expect out of him. Once he opened his mouth, I can honestly say that I was pleased with what I heard, as well as what I saw out of the visuals. He tells a familiar story that most industry people can relate to: Should I continue to pursue this, or should I be more realistic? He’s not the first artist to question this and display this thought process through his music, and he won’t be the last, but it didn’t feel gimmicky or forced. The song was straightforward, as was the video. I’m curious to see the trajectory of his career. I think a lot of people will be into his style.

Written by Manny King John

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