Oxymorrons are making a name for themselves in the spirit of change – building a movement from years of being told they were too rock for hip-hop, too hip-hop for rock. They’ve boldly committed to creating music that defies arbitrary rules of classification, cementing the band as early pioneers of the modern genre-blending revolution.
‘Green Vision’ is the band’s latest cut to be released via visionary collective 333 Wreckords Crew, following last year’s righteously furious ‘Justice’. The music video that comes alongside the Oxys’ new single reps their city hard as they rock and rap the streets of NYC.
On the track the band say:
“Green means go! So ‘Green Vision’ to us is go time. It’s us putting our stamp on the world with our “new” New York rock sound. It’s a song that defines us as a whole sonically and image-wise. It’s that real New York braggadocious shit that our city is known for. It’s Oxy – hip-hop low end, heavy hitting drums, wailing guitars and, most importantly, swag. We here to break down genre barriers, kick down walls of what people consider rock music. Rock has evolved but it’s here to stay and so are we!!!! Get used to it!”
Check out the video below.