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Today, Seattle rapper Sadistik is releasing his first solo record since 2008, Flowers For My Father, via Fake Four, Inc. To celebrate the release of the album, Sadistik is also unveiling the video for the latest single from Flowers, “Russian Roulette,” which features Cage and Yes Alexander.

The video, premiered this afternoon by VIBE, is a direct reflection of the subject matter in “Russian Roulette.” “Both Cage and myself have a lot of material dealing with bitter breakups and unstable women, so I wanted the video to reflect that,” says Sadistik. “I wanted to show a vulnerability and fear towards women hurting a man.”

When writing the treatment, Sadistik wanted the video to show a dark take on a revenge story, a nod to some of the genres and films that have inspired him throughout his life. The video was also co-directed by Terrence Santos, who also directed the “City In Amber” video, and the two again gelled well with a shared vision for the video “Terrence is well-aware of my appreciation and knowledge of film so it was easy to work together and achieve the style we wanted,” notes Sadistik, name-dropping directors like Stanley Kubrick and others as inspiration. ” I wanted this to have a heavy Grindhouse /Exploitation film feel.”

  Mixtape D.L.
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