Malaysian rap group FORCEPARKBOIS has shared a music video for their new single, “TOPBOI.”
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The single was released on streaming platforms on Friday, March 25, while the accompanying music video premiered a day later. Directed by Felrfrank, the video sees the band rapping on the track in a garage alongside tricked out cars and in an empty parking lot.
“TOPBOI” features thick bass kicks, trap percussion and melodic synths as each member of the rap collective shows off their unique flows over the simple beat.
Watch the music video for ‘TOPBOI’ below.
FORCEPARKBOIS recently performed at the Futureland ’22 concert this weekend with Luqman Podolski, Zynakal and ChronicalZ among others, where the band premiered the video for ‘TOPBOI’.
The track marks the Johor Bahru band’s second release of the year, following “All Day” in January. Ahead of “All Day,” they released “Public Enemy” in December, along with its own limited-edition streetwear collection. FORCEPARKBOIS released more songs such as ‘Ultra’, ‘Woosh!’ and ‘SHEESH FLOW’ throughout 2021.
FORCEPARKBOIS rose to fame with the release of the February 2021 single, “LOTUS”, which received multiple remixes from artists from Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, South Korea, etc.
“LOTUS” was nominated for “Best Song by an Asian Artist” at the 2022 BandLab NME Awards, but ultimately lost to Warren Hue’s “Omomo Punk.”