The highly anticipated visuals to the trap anthem that’s had his hometown buzzing since its release, was directed by Paul John, known for his work with Famous Dex, Lil Reese, Ski Mask The Slump God, Twista and more. Spontaneous yet raw, “Skitz” transports viewers through Sprado’s day to day lifestyle; an artist in his element, in the studio, with his partners, living it up.
The Chicago rapper, whose goal is to unapologetically be himself while inspiring the youth, has graced many stages throughout his hometown including the iconic House of Blues. From losing his basketball scholarship to setting the streets ablaze with anthems, he’s overcome adversities throughout life and channeled it into his music.
Sprado has no plan on slowing down as he’s set to release his second single enlisting the assistance of his friend, Grammy nominated R&B singer Jeremih, who’s consistently found himself on top of the Billboard charts throughout his career. Stay tuned for the Bases Loaded EP.