Watch J Molley’s Music Video For ‘Flower Child’

J Molley takes a breather in his latest music video.

In his latest music video for his new song "Flower Child," J Molley takes a break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. While the South African artist has shown himself many times as a person who enjoys his privacy, his previous videos have always been steeped in mystery.


On "Flower Child," however, the young hip-hop artist enjoys what's left of the autumn sun. He retreats to what looks like a resort, and even does yoga and a bit of martial arts.

The visuals are fitting for "Flower Child," a song in which J Molley sings on the chorus:

"Felling way too good I'm feeling liberated/ Know that you don't understand so you're just sitting hating/ I know that you're in pain that's why you're just complaining/ Just get on my plane/ There ain't no point in waiting"

"Flower Child" is the first song J Molley has released since the beginning of the year. Last year, he released the EP Leader of the Wave, a Playlist by J Molley, from which came the singles "Leader of the Wave" and "Lightning," which both got visuals.

J Molley is working towards an album, which is due for release later in the year. The artist hasn't stated whether the song will be part of the project.

Watch the music video for "Flower Child" below:

J Molley - Flower Child ( Official Music Video ) www.youtube.com

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