The music video from Sam B, which was shot just before his disappearance in Banoi.  The track – ‘No Room in Hell’ is indicative of Sam B’s “distinctive rap style as first displayed on his first major hit single ‘Who Do you Voodoo’.

Sam B will be seen fighting for his life again in next year’s Dead Island Riptide where he might resort to singing love songs to the zombies hungry for his braaaaaaaiiiiiiiiiiinnnnnnnnssssssssss.

Dead Island Riptide, is out 23 April, 2013 in North America and 26 April, 2013 in the rest of the world on PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3.

Diamond Horde Records today released “No Room in Hell”, the latest music video from Rap Superstar Sam B.

Sam B rose to superstardom following his smash hit single “Who Do you Voodoo”, which went on to achieve platinum-selling status.

Sam was booked for a special performance of his material at the Royal Palms Resort Hotel on the island of Banoi, but as a result of the recent communication blackout on the island, he has gone missing. Investigations about the incidents on Banoi are still ongoing.

To keep the memory about Sam B’s recent disappearance alive, Diamond Horde Records is now proud to present his latest release: “No Room in Hell”. The video of this track was shot shortly before Sam B’s departure to Banoi. “No Room in Hell” is indicative of Sam B’s distinctive rap style as first displayed on his first major hit single.

“No Room in Hell” was recorded in collaboration with Chamillionaire, the well-known American record producer and rapper. Chamillionaire is a multiple American Music Awards, BET, Grammy and MTV Video Music Awards winner, and was nominated for several other music awards. His first album “The Sound of Revenge” was certified platinum.

The video for “No Room in Hell” was directed by Don Tyler.