Aztec Flow and Atahan Take Aim at Snitches and Rats in “Serpico”

Aztec Flow and Atahan’s latest release, “Serpico,” is a hard-hitting track that showcases the duo’s talent for creating music with a message. The song takes a jab at those who betray the trust and tells half-truths with gritty distorted vocals and pounding 808s. The music video, shot in a dystopian future where drugs have been legalized, is a creative masterpiece that showcases Aztec’s skill as a filmmaker.

The track is the second single from Aztec Flow’s upcoming album “WDRL,” which drops on March 31st. With “Serpico” already racking thousands of views on YouTube and airing on MTV, the album is set to be a hit.

Aztec Flow, a Mexican-Australian rapper, producer, and filmmaker, has honed his craft since he was 13. Together with Atahan, he has built up Tical Records and collaborated with artists from around the world. With “Serpico,” Aztec Flow and Atahan prove they are the musical powerhouse that should not be underestimated.

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Written by Natalie Patrick

Music Journalist.

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