After putting the underground on notice last year with the release of “Mo Bamba,” burgeoning Harlem rapper Sheck Wes has now unveiled the visual interpretation of his viral hit. If not familiar, the song was inspired and dedicated to his close friend Mo Bamba – a highly recruited NBA prospect who’s not only playing basketball for the University of Texas at Austin, but also projected to be a top-five pick for the 2018 NBA draft. Meanwhile, the young Harlem rapper collaborated with Kanye West/Travis Scott videographer WhiteTrashTyler for the video that finds him moving through the uptown streets with this entire crew.
Outside of the music, you might’ve seen him on the internet as he’s modeled for Yeezy and V Files amongst other brands. Meanwhile, we’ll likely be hearing more from Sheck Wes and 16 Yr Old as the rapper is set to drop his debut album, MUDBOY, sometime in the spring. Stay tuned.