Introducing Toronto-based Filipino rapper and singer Question, with the exciting new music video for his latest single titled ‘Last Call’. Serving as the first precursor of the year to his long-awaited debut EP, which is due later this summer, ‘Last Call’ comes on the back o the strong success of his previous two singles ‘White Maserati’ and ‘Alone’, which have already amassed nearly half a million plays, and garnered support from Toronto’s biggest Hip Hop radio station, Flow 93.5.

Written by Question and produced by Plugoz Beatz, who is currently working with Grammy Award-winning producer Dre Moon, ‘Last Call’ is an infectious Rap/Sung offering, which sees Question putting on for his city Toronto, as he waxes lyrical about his daily grind as an artist on the verge of make it in The Six. Held together by Question’s captivating rap-singing flow, and his relatable songwriting, ‘Last Call’ is the perfect 2019 statement of intent from Question, as he puts his doubters on final notice.

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For the ‘Last Call’ music video, which was shot in his two hometowns of Toronto, Canada, and Manila in the Philippines, Question linked up once again with film director and longtime collaborator Valen Gandoza, to deliver a colourful, vibrant and energetic visual affair, which not only mirrors the tangible energy and buzz of Toronto and Manila, but also brings the exciting ‘Last Call’ track further to life, as Question takes you on a visual journey on a day in the life of a young, up and coming artist pursuing his dreams.

Speaking about the inspiration behind ‘Last Call’ and the accompanying video, Question says, “I always want to express how I feel in my music, but still keep it saucy, if you know what I mean. I never want to sound too dark, and no matter what I’m going through on this journey as an artist, I still want to have fun with it, and show that side in my music. Also, filming parts of the video in Manila was a great experience, I never expected the Philippines to be that turned up though, it felt like we were still back in Toronto”.