Josh Martinez - Ashes (ft. Evil Ebenezer)

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Josh Martinez has delivered the first video from "Blotto". "Ashes" featuring Evil Ebenezer. The video offers a look into the joy and confusion of the touring artist's lifestyle. Between his woman at home, the pull of the road and his drive to create, everything burns hot. Directed by Stuey Kubrick and co-produced by Stuey and Sapient of Sandpeople, "Ashes" is the first taste of the visuals coming to accompany the narrative of "Blotto"


Josh Martinez released his album Blotto back in the fall through Camobear, and the Canadian rapper is supporting it by premiering a music video for LP cut "Ashes."

The song sports a brightly brass-aided beat, and it finds Martinez rapping about a failing relationship while the pyromaniacal hook features the lyrics, "Let it burn, let it burn, let that motherfucker burn." The accompanying clip brings the words to life quite literally, as we see a woman trashing her boyfriend's apartment while Martinez raps next to a raging bonfire.

As Camobear explains, "Martinez, unable to stop himself from doing what he does best - kill raps and rock shows - is torn between the life of the road and the safety of home. Sometimes we hit a breaking point and have to make a choice. You can't have both. Sometimes there is no choice but to burn the whole thing down... to ashes."

The song features Evil Ebenezer, who also shows up in the video. It was directed by Stuey Kubrick.
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