Bronx spitters ROSEGOLD just dropped a video for their latest track “Similar Faces.” The guys keep it gully and hit the streets in the dark GIL-TA-directed visuals that include all-black garments and rap about the anxiety of relationships and societal pressure. The song comes to life with ROSEGOLD’s cinematic approach, utilizing some small acting and underlying themes of love, luxury, and death. The guys said that the song and video is:
A modern take on a superficial world where pleasurable desires like gold, sex, and revenge emotively drive day-to-day life. ROSEGOLD members pick up interwoven roles in attempts to illustrate their account of similar faces even if they end up as victim, killer, or observer.