Rapper, producer and proud Washington, D.C. native Oddisee gave us some hotness when he dropped his latest album, The Iceberg, last month. He also brightened our days when he released his single "NNGE (Never Not Getting Enough)," offering up a positivity not normally found in hip-hop these days. The Toine-featuring number showcased a prominent go-go beat and vibe that was clearly representative of the DMV (D.C., Maryland, Virginia) area. For the song's video, he makes that even more prevalent as the clip is a bit of a love letter to the place both rappers call home.
The clip was filmed in Prince George's County, Maryland and finds the two fellas enjoying some sights, sounds and tastes unique to the area. We see them feasting on wings with mumbo sauce and Old Bay seasoning, flexing outside of Prince George's Stadium and strolling through Iverson Mall. All the while, the fellas kick peace and positivity while offering advice on how to persevere in these trying times. It's a very simple approach to making a video, but when has putting on for one's city ever steered hip-hop wrong?
If you're a native of the DMV or just a fan of good music and feel-good vibes, make sure that you give the video for "NNGE" a watch below. Oddisee's The Iceberg is available for purchase now.