Brooklyn’s own Rah Swish is back with a new visual for his hot single “Finish What I Started.” The video gives off big New York energy as Rah and his crew turn up all over the city. Rah is blessing fans with more content until he drops his EP, The Old Me, on December 12.
Per the press release:
Rah Swish continues to put on for the NYC drill scene with his video for “Finish What I Started.” The video has Rah and his crew dancing in stores, restaurants, and hallways throughout the city. Rah exclaims that he’s with the home run hitters and only stays with women who are go-getters. He raps about how he has better priorities than his competition and how he never burns bridges to the ones he’s loyal to.
“Finish What I Started” is a statement about Rah’s successful year in the continuing rise of Drill. This year alone, he released seven singles and the SAY DAT collaborative album prior to the release of the video.
Take a look:
We caught up with the “Watchu Like” rapper and asked him a few questions about his journey. Rah spoke on being signed to Empire, and said it’s the best situation for him right now. His advice for artists is always to do what’s best for them business-wise. He said,
“Being at Empire taught me a lot about the business side, not only being an artist but being a CEO and a businessman.” He went on to say being signed to Empire, his first signing to a label, “benefited him more,” and he’s grateful.
We also asked him, what is life teaching him right now?” He said, “Life is teaching me about staying strong because there are ups and downs.” He said he feels like he’s in a growing period in his career and learning how to win. “Learn how to win and stay afloat in this.”
Let us know your thoughts on the new visual!