UK artist Parallax is back with a new song and video called “Soul Ain’t For Sale,” a moody and introspective track that mixes drill-inspired production with old-school hip-hop roots and self-reflective lyrical content. The track is fast-paced, eye-catching, and high-energy, with lyrics that question our purpose, mortality, and the human spirit.
The new visual for “Soul Ain’t For Sale” is crazy, with a fast-paced and engaging backdrop that will catch the listener’s attention. The track is the latest release from Parallax’s upcoming EP, which promises to be another hard-hitting and lyrically charged release from the East London-based rapper and producer.
Parallax’s sound is a blend of old-school hip-hop roots and new-wave UK influences like trap, grime, and drill production. This combination makes his style cutting-edge, versatile, and explosive, with crossover appeal that’s sure to attract a broad audience.
Parallax has been releasing singles throughout 2020 and sitting on a well-received back catalog of projects. His long-anticipated debut LP, “Auditory Vision,” was nominated as album of the year by Wordplay Magazine within just two weeks of its release, a testament to his skill as an artist.
Be sure to check out Parallax’s latest release and keep an eye out for his upcoming EP.