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Troop Brand drops colorful new visual for “Knocking On Doors”

Bringing different energy from the Southern side of things, Troop Brand from the ATL dropped off long-awaited visual for his jam “Knocking On Doors.” Combining mellowing pipes and a natural ability to ride along with a beat, the international sensation calls into question those claiming to be his fam and the people with the power to provide him opportunity who are holding the doors shut.

Shifting from him turning up in a room of balloons to various color-based scenes, the eye can’t help but stay drawn to this near four-minute video. I mean, he raps to himself at a yellow table, canoodles with a beautiful woman in red, and brings back the balloons for his time in the midst of all blue everything. I’m glad no participants were harmed with the snake present when it came time to step into the land of green.

The most important takeaway here is Troop and co. having fun. Despite the message of the song, he brings a positive attitude and charming personality to his grind. Not everyone will open doors, so often you’ve got to knock on them and put your best foot forward…or fist, depending on how hard you’re knocking. Troop’s been all over the country performing, not to mention his hit overseas “Blossoms” alongside Far East Movement and Vava.

Check out the video for “Knocking On Doors” below.

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