Bradford's Blazer Boccle Runs Into Some Trouble In "Boppin" Visuals

Bradford's Blazer Boccle Runs Into Some Trouble In "Boppin" Visuals

August 08, 2022

Representing the talent spewing out of northern England is Bradford-based rapper Blazer Boccle with his newest release titled "Boppin".

Released under Manchester's NQ label (also home to Aitch and Mist), he previously came with the track "Undateables" where he reflected on his past and present relationships over a Mattu and Wudini-produced beat. Mattu is on production duties again with "Boppin"; only this time, Boccle narrates one of his run-ins with the authorities. Riddled with satire and polished wordplay, he shares the realities of surviving where he's from, singing, "stuck in the same place for another day, finding other ways to try and get another wage".

In the visuals, directed by Reece Selvadorai, Boccle is on the run from the police yet manages to give us a thrilling performance that captures his playful spirit. Eventually, he's caught and driven away by the authorities, bringing his capers to a close.

"Boppin" is Blazer Boccle's second track of the year taken from his upcoming EP Where Dreams Go To Die, which is expected September 16.