To accompany his upcoming Beware the Sheep Clothing EP, Cantrell has released five short films over the past few weeks. Now, as the final installment, he premieres “Kiss of Judas,” where he portrays Muhammad Ali, embodying parallels with the difficulties he faces in life. A soulful beat accompanies his smooth flow.
His most personal work is only right for the end of the series. In the process of creating the new visual, Cantrell took time to sit down and outline the intent. This is probably the most intimate song on the EP. As the title suggests, moments of deceit and betrayal can actually open doors for bigger and better things to come for you, he explains.
In addition to Doeman and Grip’s features on Beware the Sheep Clothing, the visuals for both tracks are now available. Cantrell has recently worked with Caleborate on their album Light Hit My Skin, Rob Markman on If You Don’t You’ll Regret It, and A-Lex on From A Seed (Deluxe).
The music video for Cantrell’s “Kiss of Judas” is down below.