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Bekah CC questions your limits in her “No Change” video

From the label, Bone Soda, that brought you Slowthai.

January 31, 2020

On "No Change," Bekah raps in a detached tone about her thoughts on living in Shutesbury, Massachusetts. The song starts a heavy beat and a seemingly harmless voice, slowly revealing deeper layers you may not decipher on first listen. With a spooky beat underneath, she says "Shea car full of heads/need a Rogaine/needle full of dope pain/doesn't know his last name yet" and "45 with a Colt 45/miniskirt at your thighs/you can sleep in denial." The overall darkness of the song and video are all part of the question she asks, "What are you addicted to and what would you be willing to do to feed it?"

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In an email, Bekah CC spoke on the locations chosen for the Teddy Fitzhugh-directed video: "There was a lot of thought put into the video but when it came to the locations that was the easiest part because it’s just where I grew up. It’s what my life looks like everyday. The underpass is the spot we go swimming in the summer time because the other spots are usually packed. The merry-go-round is right next to my local convenience store."

Photo: Teddy Fitzhugh

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Bekah CC questions your limits in her “No Change” video