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In the last video from Virginia crooner Visto, he took to the woods, surrounding himself with natural elements: earth, air and fire. Now he’s returned with another visual that swaps the nature for something more high-tech.
The new video for the Hippie Life Krew member’s club-ready track “Shinobi” (also the name of a Sega video game series) is the brainchild of Minista Millz of the Maryland-based Catwalk Studioz, and it finds Visto using some Matrix-style widgets to plot the seduction of a woman who’s with another man. It’s another example of Visto’s ability to keep his fans guessing.
“There’s no one direction for my art,” Visto writes in an email, “and we just thought that a futuristic hippie coming to take your girlfriend was just cool.”
Visto hopes to release a new project by spring, but in the meantime, he says he’s got more music and videos on the horizon.