Artist, Era Hardaway, has been making noise all 2017 as he & iPM have quickly emerged to the forefront of the Virginia movement. His passion as a creative, first and foremost, has lead him to being one of the most dynamic individuals in the VA right now, dabbling in production, hip hop, as well as clothing.
Coming off his heavily acclaimed project, The Juug Tape, Hardaway’s name has only garnered more buzz & attention for the dark, visceral sounds his album provided. However, with this acclaim has come hate and doubts of his actual lyrical ability, as critics have been making statements, questioning if he can really rap.
Hardaway is no stranger to criticism, as he let us know on the Intro to The Juug Tape, & he responds to the hate in perfect fashion: with a track & visual that serve as a paradigm for lyricallity, Real Spill.
Cinematographer Vontae Knight help bring this visual to life, with Hardaway flowing seamlessly over his self produced beat, addressing everything from his focus, battles with self, to the very real journey it took to get him where he stands at now in his life & career.
Juugamil dropped something special with this one, check out the visual exclusively via Twitter.
Feel free to stream the song on Soundcloud below!