Edge Plays To Win With Vice City Vibes Single & Animated Lyric Video

The Canadian hip-hopper cruises to victory in his latest two-player release.

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Edge gives off Vice City Vibes in his slow-rolling new single — showcasing today on Tinnitist.

Paired with the track S S C R C Y — Sorry Sarah, Couldn’t Really Call YouVice City Vibes lands as a two-player disco dream mixed with hip-hop vocals and Afro-fusion ambience.

With sonic traces of his Nigerian roots throughout, Edge says Vice City is a nod to his melodic direction; a doting ode to the Abuja-born, Kelowna-based artist’s childhood influence, Grand Theft Auto Vice City, he adds that the song marks a crucial part of his creative journey. “It’s taken me awhile to find my sound, but this song is it,” he shares. “I feel the most comfortable and confident I’ve ever been in creating music.”

Watch Vice City Vibes above, check out more of Edge’s sounds below, and follow him on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.