Record Breaking Hip Hop from South London Honors Dark Skin and Inner Beauty. - Ramz: Underneath (Music Video)
A powerful statement about the need to be seen, and the realization that true beauty lies under the skin.
London's platinum-certified, BRITs-nominated Ramz releases new track "Underneath," a celebration of natural beauty and a love-letter to dark skin. With an intricate combination of synth bass, electronic melodic counterpoint, and heavy syncopation, Ramz continues to expand his catalog of singles and range of distinct styles.
Ramone Rochester got his start in South London, with hit song "Barking" which peaked at number two in the Official UK Singles Chart. "Underneath" follows the release of Ramz’s "Brixton to Oxford Circus" freestyle, and features a music video directed by Kirx that was shot in London, in strict adherence to social distancing guidelines. Produced by Capri (with additional production from 169), "Underneath" embraces the importance of being comfortable in your own skin, both mentally and physically. Ramz is the biggest act to hit the UK hip hop scene in recent memory, and he is just getting started. "Underneath" makes a powerful statement about the need to be seen, and the realization that true beauty lies under the skin.
Dark-skinned girls look fabulous
Make-up, hair, hands, feet
Did and it's looking immaculate
But why don't you love yourself?
Don't you know that you're beautiful
Open your eyes and see
If you ain't had nobody tell you
Don't worry, it's coming from me
This song is featured on our Hip Hop playlist.