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SV Releases A Mafioso Inspired Visual For Single 'Poor Chrissy'

SV is an artist making his name in the music scene as lyricists of high taste level and etiquette. From his beat selection to his delivery, his sound can be described as suave and sets a vintage mood that evokes a feeling of timelessness and poise. For his latest offering SV delivers 'Poor Chrissy', a Jazz inspired record that sounds like a scene from a black and white film from the 60s. SV modernises this sound through his vivid verse about his escapades with a young lady, the dangerous tendencies of his partners in crime, and his struggle with leaving alcoholic beverages behind.


The music video is directed by Krishan Sharda and creative directed by SV. It is the second short film by SV, following last year’s release of Two Feet. The 'Poor Chrissy' visual sees SV as an old-school Mob boss making moves in the city. The story seems to be told from the perspective of a surveillance official, taking notes of SV's moves to inform the authorities, later finding his fate by being ambushed by SV's crew. The black and white visual is an engaging watch that tells a dramatic story.


This is the second single off SV’s upcoming project ‘Thank You SV’, which is due to release in the next two months.



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