Sharc Seeks Out His Prey In “Sicario” Video

Queens-born artist Sharc reconnects with his SossHouse head honcho Pi’erre Bourne, who lends his saturated, atmospheric production to the track, Sharc shares his new video single, “Sicario,” from his upcoming Pi’erre-produced Sharc Wave project, arriving May 19. The track finds the Queens-born artist putting his enemies on notice that he can smell their fear like blood in the water, and won’t hesitate to get them dealt with.

The video for “Sicario,” directed by Studio ThirtyFive, finds Sharc roaming the nighttime streets of Berlin all alone, staring down security cameras and posting up in the empty streets like every other fish in the sea is too scared to come out and play. 

Sharc will join fellow SossHouse artists Chavo and Jelly on “The Hardest Out Tour” this May. The 4-date showcase kicks off in Houston on May 24th, continues in New York (May 25th) and Atlanta (May 27th) before finishing up in Los Angeles on May 28th. Tickets for the tour are available now at

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