It’s been a minute since PHZ-Sicks graced our pages, last showing up with a video for “Black Women” in February of last year. Thankfully, the Virginia native is back with new material. Revisiting 2013’s The Moment (one of our favorites of the year), PHZ-Sicks brings Best Kept Secret-produced,
Lyriciss Rob Regal-assisted “The Constant” to life with a new visual – directed by Raw Footage Cinema.
“‘The Constant’ was written in early 2013 when Stop and Frisk, Sandy Hook and the news story of Henry Louis Gates false arrest for walking into his own home constantly played in my head,” PHZ-Sicks says. “The song became one of my best-known songs once the project dropped and over time took a life of its own when rampant police shootings of unarmed black men constantly occurred. Due to this, I wanted to create a video that showed how power could be misused when given to those that don’t see themselves as part of the community they’ve sworn to protect.”