PM FRVR has dropped the visual for his newest single “Weather” that begins a story that will have viewers eager to find out what happens next.
The Atlanta emcee has been rapping since a teenager but decided to pursue it seriously five years ago after graduating college and getting out of a relationship. “[I’ve always] been passionate about music, but what inspires me is to be able to have a voice for others that may feel or live the way I do,” said PM FRVR.
In his newest visual PM FRVR, shortened for the name “Playmaker Forever”, seems to have the common themes of balancing street life and home life. When asked to describe the song in his own words he said “I had beef with someone, this man didn’t understand that I would change the weather on him aka ‘shooting something up’,” the rapper said. “That’s where my mind was at the time.”
The music video opens up with shots of PM FRVR’s love interest laying across the bed in their home on her phone while he is sitting atop a silver and brown luggage case downstairs near their staircase.
The Atlanta artist is seemingly relaxed as the visual begins with him wearing a classic wife beater, denim jeans that are slightly distressed and a pair of Air Force 1s. Cameras then pan to PM FRVR receiving a phone call, now also seated on the bed in the room upstairs with his girl. The room casts a blue light remnant of a scene from the Hype William’s movie Belly, that starred the late DMX and Taral Hicks.
He then receives a call from an unknown number that sends him rushing out of the home, much to the dislike of his girlfriend. He tells her he has to go “handle something” and walks out of the door fully clothed, grabs a handgun from the front seat of his car and hops into the passenger seat of another car and rides off into the night.
As PM FRVR’s girlfriend becomes more frustrated at home with him not answering her calls, we see him and the person who picked him up from his house seemingly run into a person they’ve been meaning to catch out and about. The rapper leaves the car, asking the driver to dump his green bomber jacket as he walks away.
The scene immediately cuts back to the his home where he is seen entering with now just a black long sleeve and places the gun he grabbed earlier onto a counter near his front door. His girlfriend is excited for his return, jumping into his arms as the camera fades to black and the words “To Be Continued…” flash across the screen.
“Weather” serves as the lead single from PM FRVR’s album Long Story Short set to drop later this year. Explaining that he sees his life as a book and the music as chapters in it, listeners will be excited to be taken on the journey that was his life for the past few years.
Until the album is released, be sure to watch “Weather” and follow PM FRVR @pmfrvr on all social media platforms to stay in the know on what he has coming next.