Independent nu-metal band The Chimpz unveiled a new video for one of its classic songs this week.
The new video is the second for the song, following the debut of the song’s original video in 2017. Where the original video was a showcase for extreme motorsports, the new video features the band performing its single. There are some external shots featuring co-front men Artimus Prime and Chuck P on a rocky outcrop, but the video is largely presented in a soundstage setting.
The musical arrangement featured in ‘Corrupt’ features a driving, bombastic guitar riff and steady time keeping that lend themselves to comparisons to works from the likes of Motley Crue. Artimus Prime and Chuck P’s shared vocals meanwhile offer a distinctly different approach. Prime’s vocals present more of a punk rock sensibility while Chuck P’s rhyme flow echoes that of former Stuck Mojo front man Bonz.
The lyrical theme featured in ‘Corrupt’ comes across as a social commentary, what with a line, such as that which reads, “Bad apple cause I’m made that way/Each and every day/It feels natural to say I’m corrupt.”
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