Yesterday, one of Toronto's top young producers, Harrison, dropped his art house mini-film for new track, "It's Okay, I Promise." The song features BanTOR alumnus Clairmont The Second, and is a blend of downtempo, key-laden chords and trap beats. Lyrics touch upon a relationship turned sour, or a direct message to an overbearing female figure in Clairmont's life.
BanTOR Radio is proud to announce that we were a part of the video as extras! Try to spot us between 3:13 and 3:20 - we're partying in a kitchen - but that's not something unusual for us.
Shot at the Royal Canadian Legion - Branch 10, on Pape Avenue in Toronto's east end, bright lights and smoke-filled rooms are abundant. What begins as a team meeting to discuss the video's treatment turns into a conversation between Harrison and Clairmont before the rapper begins to slowly stroll through the building, into a chaotic party scene, and onto the street where a flash mob appears to support his message.
Check out the video below and grab the song tomorrow: