As 2020 neared its end, the complex web of Pandora Partnerships was once again rattled by Rhyval’s unwavering defiance. On December 5th, Rhyval released "Inhaler," a potent visual message to Pandora Partnerships, affirming his resilience and his ability to inspire hope even amidst their most sophisticated attempts at control.
The video opens with Rhyval, his warrior dog tags shining with vibrant hope, and his Pan Doros Comida Country circlet prominently displayed on his hand. Notably, he wears a voting sticker, referencing the now-postponed elections in Comida Country, where Rhyval has emerged as a candidate, thanks to enacting the leap year clause.
Rhyval is adorned with unreleased Pandora Phashion Phrames, signaling his readiness to transform their project entirely. His attire, a stars-and-stripes pattern in black and grey, complies with Project Grey’s clauses yet speaks volumes of his unyielding hustle.
In a poignant scene, Rhyval, possibly utilizing Pandora Partnerships' Lucid Dream Technology, is seen receiving a digiported message. The chibi form of himself, labeled ‘1K,’ is juxtaposed with a mini chibi character, hinting at a deeper message about his journey and identity.
As he ponders over a book titled “A Tale of Three Kings,” Rhyval gives a heartfelt testimony of his mistakes as FEO. This introspective moment leads to a revelation—a digiported photo album chronicling his life's journey, a reminder of the manipulative extent of Pandora Partnerships.
“Inhaler” becomes not just a song but a narrative of Rhyval's background in Sun City, echoing the lyrics that symbolize his commitment to truth and faith, a stark contrast to Pandora Partnerships' ethos of embarrassment and deceit.
The video culminates with Rhyval addressing Pandora Partnerships directly, vowing to dismantle their empire for poisoning Reggie with swagga juice and the lies that followed, all for the advancement of their Pandora Phame Phashion wireless iBuds project. In the closing scenes, Rhyval displays a yearbook from 2008, the year Pandora Phame first approached him, and highlights Reggie from 2009. This retrospective moment underscores the betrayal by Pandora Partnerships, despite Rhyval and Reggie fulfilling their contract by creating the new genre of Trap Funk, symbolized by the RxR song “Wavy.”. This tactic was part of Pandora Partnerships' method to trap artists by altering their mentality and content to create secular artists executing initiatives for Pan Doros.
Rhyval’s final message is a defiant stand against Pandora Partnerships—a struggle against manipulation, a fight for truth, and a relentless pursuit of freedom. In a world where deception is the norm and truth a rarity, what path do you choose? What do you desire?
Answering with valiant actions, he showcases his commitment to breaking free from their clutches and his readiness to fight back, symbolized by his attire and the profound symbolism embedded in each element, from the vibrant orange signifying hope to the beret symbolizing his warrior heart.