Myer Clarity plunges into the dark memoirs of a toxic relationship in its final days in his latest single and video All the Way Down — showcasing today on Tinnitist.
Shot in his hometown of Montreal by independent film collective Les Orphelins, the unapologetically raw All The Way Down features Clarity’s long-time collaborator Andrew Cameron, lending both his acting abilities and compelling vocal range to the project.
It’s the latest single from 26-year-old Toronto-based hip-hop artist’s self-produced album Not All Heroes Wear Capes Pt. 2, which also boasts features from Down With Webster’s Camm Hunter and Classified protege Kayo.
Born Myer Hyman-Lord to a French-Canadian mother and Jewish father, Clarity got his first break in 2012 with the single Meet Me @ The Park, followed by the albums B.Y.O.B., We Are the Aliens and the Not All Heroes Wear Capes releases. His unique blend of hip hop, punk and jazz — combined with his honest storytelling — has gained him a dedicated fan base both at home and overseas.