One of the dopest lyricists out the UK, Wish Master‘s new single ‘Write Pages’ takes things to a Dickensian level, as the viewer is presented with a snapshot into the Bristol emcee’s past, present and future.
With a concept reminiscent of the classic novel A Christmas Carol, we hear Wish’s depth and artistry in his lyricism, which has helped support his rise in prominence over the past few years.
Supported with a life journeying video showing his progression from a boy to a man, Wish Master flows poetically over a flute-laden head-nodder produced by Van Dam.
‘Write Pages’ delivers a wholesome and uplifting message around being ‘the author of his own life’.
Filmed in part at the world famous university in his home town of Bristol, the video, as directed by Patch Up productions paints a vivid picture of Wish recreating some of the most memorable stages in his life. From a child to teenager to his present state and even a flash forward to Wish in a stately setting.
Released to coincide with Black History Month, this song ‘Write Pages’ aims to show how dedication is needed to reach your goals, inspiring others to see how anything is possible if you focus and put your mind to it!
Describing the themes of the track, Wish explains how the levels transcend his artistry…
“If life’s a journey this is about my growth from a child at school to finding my current path as an artist in adulthood.
But there is one common theme that links it all together – the power of the pen. Writing can be powerful, expressive, unapologetic.. and always honest.”
‘Write Pages’ is released one week after featuring in a series of appearances on BBC World News and the BBC Sunday Politics show. Following his appearance on the plinth which once held the Edward Colston statue, Wish Master was invited to a discussion with a counter-protestor, in order to see if the can find common ground…