We just had the privilege of premiering Raz Fresco dope new tape Pablo Frescobar, and now we're dropping off his latest video too. Here are the visuals for "Up North."
In it, the Toronto native traverses his hometown through a variety of weather conditions, ranging from snowy and frigid to sunny and reasonably warm (at least judging by his clothing choices). We also get a window into his studio time (via a fisheye lens), where he lights up and gets to work on an MPC. In addition to herb, we see a few other important factors in Fresco's life, including snacks, beverages and a copy of Ghostface Killah's Ironman.
Toronto rapper Raz Fresco last paid video homage to his hometown with the video for "Screwface City," but now the MC is back with another new clip showcasing the streets where he grew up.
"Up North" comes from Fresco's recently dropped album Pablo Frescobar and the smooth beat and fiery verses get paired with some more visuals from the 6. We see the young rapper traipsing through Kensington Market sporting the official uniform of a Torontonian: a Raptors touque on your head and a Patty King patty in your hand.
Later, he hops on a streetcar and heads north, looking down at the skyline from a park at the top of the town. Take a look at the city through Raz Fresco's eyes in the clip for "Up North" in the player above.
Pablo Frescobar is out now via Black Light/Duck Down Music. -- Exclaim!
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