Brooklyn-based rapper Radamiz blessed fans with visuals for his February single, “Save the Youth,” featuring Tedy Andreas and History. The Bed-Stuy native has been a fixture of the NYC underground as a seasoned lyricist for years, and the power of his pen is on full display in this track. The beat is smooth, the visuals are powerful, and the hook is infectious, but the song’s real strength lies in its message of hope to the youth.
As a first-generation US citizen, Radamiz is a living testament to The American Dream. On “Save the Youth,” he passes that dream to the next generation, celebrating the persistence of young people, past and present, and reminding them that hard work pays off.
Radamiz is no stranger to persistence and hard work. In 2013, Hot 97 named him the east coast artist “Who’s Next.” He has performed with artists like Kendrick Lamar, A$AP Ferg, and Action Bronson, and was named one of XXL’s “15 New York City Rappers You Should Know” in 2018. With “Save the Youth” giving just a taste of what’s to come from the artist’s forthcoming project, it seems like Radamiz’ star is still on the rise.
Watch Radamiz f/ History & Tedy Andreas “Save The Youth” Video!