Radio B Stands Tall & Sure In “Stop Looking For Noise” Video
It’s been a little over a month since Radio B dropped the phenomenal album Stop Looking For Noise, easily one of the best albums to come out of Richmond in 2022. But the prolific rapper has more in store for us in regards to that album’s message, gifting us a strong music video for the simmering title track.
In “Stop Looking For Noise,” which opens up his album after a short sample intro, Radio B wrestles with the modern-day coma most people encounter as countless platforms and networks vie for our attention. “This is what I get for scrolling / taking all this content in without the motives” he flows after he steps out of the zeitgeist daze. It’s a call-to-action to stay focused on our goals and not let the world pass us by. As Don Dubious’ gauzy instrumental surges forward, Radio B asserts his mission and dedication, while even acknowledging his own reputation, warranted or not.
The video, shot by 0ne Forever, captures the feel of the song masterfully. Radio B’s towering presence is front and center throughout, commanding whether he’s stoic with eyes shut or wide-awake unleashing a hip-hop sermon for those in need of direction. A roll of doom-scrolling flies by in the background, out of focus, just as the song instructs, while other personal images are fixated on, letting the viewer and listener know exactly where their attention belongs.
You can watch the video for “Stop Looking For Noise” below and make sure to listen (or re-listen) to Stop Looking For Noise, out now on all streaming platforms. For more news and updates, follow Radio B on Instagram (link), Facebook (link), and Twitter (link).