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Watch Shane Eagle’s Hypnotic Visual Project ‘YellowVerse’

Get lost in Shane Eagle's YellowVerse.

South African rapper Shane Eagle has been teasing a mysterious project titled YellowVerse for the past few days. YellowVerse, which just dropped, is a visual project that sees the MC travel into different worlds in this universe that is of his creation.


The clip plays out like multiple music videos that are visually related. For 15 minutes, the rapper goes through songs from his 2017 album Yellow—"Empty Highways," "On My Own," "MIHI" and "Intro," and the single "THE MOON!."

YellowVerse is the work of the film company CIDEFX Films, which is known for visual effects.

We won't spoil it for you, so you can get to experience it fully on your own. Watch YellowVerse below, and be sure to keep up with Shane Eagle's The Yellow Tour, which is nearing conclusion. Buy tickets here.

YellowVerse - Shane Eagle www.youtube.com

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