Sheck Wes Turns Up in “Mo Bamba” Video
Like NBA prospect Mo Bamba, rapper Sheck Wes is of African descent and grew up in Harlem. Those similarities and also being a good friend of Bamba led to Sheck's song "Mo Bamba," which now has a new video to go along with it.
"DIDNT YOU WANT A MUSIC VIDEO❗️❗️❗️DIDNT YOU WANT ANOTHER MUSIC VIDEO ❗️," Sheck wrote on Instagram.
Directed by WhiteTrashTyler, the black-and-white video video finds the young rapper being recruited by label executives and turning up with his crew on a basketball court. "I be ballin' like a motherfucking pro/Like a mother fucking pro/I be ballin' like my nigga Mo (Bamba, Bamba)/Sheck Wes, got so many flows (I do it hoe)," Sheck raps.
Splitting time between Milwaukee and Harlem, Sheck has spent time modelling, playing basketball and making music but ultimately decided on a music career. With the release of his latest video, Sheck is gearing up to drop his debut full-length project, Mudboy. The record is expected to release this spring.
Last March, Sheck dropped the video for the song "Live SheckWes, Die SheckWes." Inspired by the rapper's everyday life, as well as his trials and tribulations, the visuals feature Sheck and his crew getting into mischief around town. The Interscope Records artist also recently teamed up with G2 on the song "Armageddon."
Check out the "Mo Bamba" video below.
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