Harrison and Clairmont The Second drop collab track and stunning mini-film for "It's Okay, I Promise"

 

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.

 There we are! BanTOR producers Nuruddin Qorane and Ola Mazzuca in the top left corner of the frame.

There we are! BanTOR producers Nuruddin Qorane and Ola Mazzuca in the top left corner of the frame.

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.

The track will be released tomorrow, Friday, March 4th, on all digital outlets via Last Gang Records. A special enamel pin set celebrating the release will also be available here.

Check out the video below and grab the song tomorrow: