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Introducing a new soundscape to the spectrum on LaDonnis’ upcoming album A Sunny Place for Shady People, the artist drops his new trippy visual for the song “Hallelujah.”

Produced by Alex Goose, Playa Haze, Two Fresh, and Deffie; LaDonnis brings forth his appetite for sin and asks for repentance on this bass heavy anthem. The video was shot entirely at a notorious haunted mansion in Los Angeles and finds the young rapper in some spine-chilling, ghostly predicaments.

LaDonnis had this to say about his inspiration for the song:
“I wrote Hallelujah last winter after coming off of a really bad break up. The beat leads me to the moment where everything kind of clicked and I was just completely over the situation and knew that I’d be fine without this person in my life anymore. I think everyone who gets out of a toxic situation looks forward to the moment where they are free from the chaos. Hallelujah.”

His project will release at the end of March and feature production from Two Fresh Beats, Mr. Carmack, Alex Goose, and Stefan Ponce.

Check out the full video above.

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About LaDonnis:
Hailing from Atlanta by way of Tokyo, the eclectic sounds of both regions have helped Fool’s Gold artist LaDonnis devise his own style which ranges from a dreamy soundscape to cool California Alternative Hip Hop. He’s performed at festivals including Coachella, Bonnaroo, Outsidelands, and EDC alongside A-Trak for over 8 years, along with acts like Bruno Mars and Matt & Kim. His Top 40 single ‘Gone’ got him on the cover of XXL Freshman list alongside J. Cole, Big Sean and Wiz Khalifa.
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