Skipp Whitman Drops His Most Cinematic Work Yet In Ieerie Visual to “Goodnight”

LA’s Skipp Whitman has hit the flowsfordays’ pages a number of times – all in video form. There’s no doubt he puts out quality visuals in their clarity, direction, and distincy personality. Although Whitman can be a jokster – there’s always a message behind his rhymes, most evident on his newest, Goodnight. The Sebastian Ruiz directed visual (with cuts by Teddy Roxpin) is definitely thematic, and most cinematic work yet. It is a juxtiposition of darkness in what you see (visually) and underneath the skin of others who struggle with mental illness, drug dependence, and dark thoughts. As usual the makeup (watch out for the zombies) props, and angles are all put together perfectly – along with Skipp’s impeccabile story-telling skills and effortless rhymes. The song will be featured on his next project titled ‘Unfinished Songs Vol 1’ – due out in early 2018.