The Higher Brothers are back and this time, they're showing everyone their 'Empire'.
It's been a year since the Chinese rap group's third album Five Stars dropped, and in true hip-hop fashion, they return rapping about their riches and fame over a heavy bass, trap beat produced by their member, Masiwei. Not forgetting to mention the ones who came before them, Higher Brothers also gave a nod to some of Cantopop's most iconic acts, Jacky Cheung, Andy Lau, Aaron Kwok and Leon Lai.
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Despite the song's content, the music video sees the group in a barren desert surrounded by only sand and their dune buggies. This is the 88rising act's first single of the year, after several solo projects by the members in 2019.
Higher Brothers' 'Empire' follows a series of releases by 88rising's roster of artists. The label's fellow rap act Rich Brian dropped an EP earlier this year entitled 1999, while Joji and NIKI hosted their own virtual shows following their respective album release.
Check out Higher Brothers' 'Empire' here: