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ABRA CADABRA’s “Street View”: A Raw Glimpse into Urban Realities


UK Drill sensation ABRA CADABRA is back, hitting the streets with his newest track, “Street View,” a hard-hitting number that’s as real as it gets. Teaming up with producers FaNaTix, MageTheProducer, and Juggy Beatz, the track is a gritty and powerful blend of ABRA’s raw personal experiences and the intense world of the film “TRAPPING.”

“Street View” isn’t just a song; it’s a vivid portrayal of ABRA CADABRA’s life in Tottenham, interwoven with his character, Magic’s, narrative in the film. This fusion of reality and fiction results in an authentic soundtrack that hits close to home.

The music video, directed by British directors and Grime pioneers Femi Oyeniran and Nicky’ Slimting’ Walker, is a visual masterpiece. Filmed in Tottenham’s Broadwater Farm Estate and featuring clips from “TRAPPING,” it perfectly complements the song’s intense vibe. The film, a brutally honest depiction of the UK’s county lines crisis, marks ABRA CADABRA’s impressive acting debut, starring alongside emerging talents like Louis Ede, Aaliyah Gohir, and C-Biz.

“Street View” is more than a track; it’s a testament to ABRA CADABRA’s versatility as an artist and an actor. It’s a raw, unfiltered look at the streets that molded him, a narrative many can relate to but few dare to voice. With “Street View,” ABRA CADABRA cements his place in the UK Drill scene and the broader spectrum of urban storytelling. Keep an eye out, as this track is set to resonate with listeners and viewers alike, echoing the realities of street life in every beat.



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