Ever since first coming across Sese's music in my "Youtube Vortex" days; stumbling into the track "Iron Jaw Angel's", I was instantly a fan. Of course when you come across an artist that's new to you, you have to go back and do your research, while in the midst of that I was constantly impressed with how dedicated he was to his craft. Dropping eleven videos in a row with G-Dot, the YFRWN series, a slew of remixes over some of the most popular instrumentals at the time, several other mixtapes and more! It still doesn't cease - nor will it ever I believe. At the beginning of the year Sese released his first EP Age of Aquarius, which followed Aquarius Rising, not even a month after he announced another project he was working on, Sayzor Ramone. Quoting the write up for Sayzor Ramone, "Channeling over the top charisma, brash lady's man bravado and technical skills to put him a cut above the rest comes as second nature. The parallels between he and his favourite wrestler the WWF's Rayzor Ramone character are endless on his new 8-Track offering aptly-titled, "Sayzor Ramone." "I just [really] wanted to embody that charisma he had. He was all about the ladies and dressing the best, but on top of that he was a top competitor and his talent overshadowed his cocky bravado," says Sese of his new collection. Giving fans and music lovers a high energy ringside like experience is heard throughout the offering. "I just wanted to make a cohesive project. I wanted it to be high energy, and it to embody that feeling of stepping into the ring, the crowd, the lights, the theme. I wanted it to feel very over the top... No Royale Rumble." Boasting a mix of some frequent collaborators, and the introduction to some new sound masters, "Sayzor Ramone" flows from top to bottom. With features from Luu Breeze and Hardbody. And, production from Jayze, 2oolman, Superville, The Workx and UTVMG in-house producer Jmakbeatz the sounds are bass heavy and high impact." Hit the link the read the full review!
Maybe this means we can expect The Sayzor Ramone EP soon because just days after dropping "Fear Me", St. Catherine's artist Sese is back with the visuals for it directed by BLKNXPRSS. This one takes you for a ride with Sese as he contemplates a few things driving around to various places. I hope you all are as excited for this EP as I am, let me know your thoughts in the comments section after the visuals for "Fear Me".