New York is a being in itself. There's a way we visualize it in our heads; the flagrant nature, the ingenuity of the people, the hues and the architecture that represent it. It becomes exhausting to even try to verbalize it all. Radamiz and director Thana Brick drive it home to near perfection, embodying what the city means to so many.
With "NYNYNYNY" wowing listeners, the video drop was right on cue. The song highlights what many New Yorkers keep to themselves. Anxieties, self-doubts, and the eventual hopes for a brighter day are present in the thought process that lives throughout the verses and the heavy instrumental of the track. Radamiz fits the bill, sporting a taxi cab-yellow leather 8 Ball jacket at the base of the Freedom Tower while spitting darts into the camera. More importantly the three and a half minute segment is a communal gathering for the residents, whether you're the 5th generation to live in your row house in Brownsville, or are still getting settled after moving from across the world.
Check out the video below and be sure to keep an ear to Radamiz.