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Who? Hits The Beach With Nat For New Visual “Dale Wepa”
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Who? Hits The Beach With Nat For New Visual “Dale Wepa”

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Ahead of Pharrell’s annual Something In The Water festival later this month, Virginia rap authority Who? follows up his Chaz French-assisted visual for “Da Memo” as well as syncs on CW’s ‘All American,’ OverTime Elite, the NFL and ESPN with the self-produced single “Dale Wepa.”

Once again, connecting with film director Fargo, this time around he’s joined by fellow Latino lyricist Nat. The HD-clip finds the pair effortlessly trading verses and is the perfect mixture of classic Latin culture, Drill Bass, and Trap Music. Heavily influenced by his ethnicity, the Dominican / Puerto Rican muti-hyphen is able to successfully blend communities in under two minutes.

The De Loners. Music founder reveals, in a statement to the press:

“When I sat down to make this record I knew I wanted to make something that was for my culture. I wanted to find a way to mix Reggaeton and Trap Music, but also add Bachata to it. I took all the elements I like from each of those genres and ended up making something unique without sounding like anything I’ve heard before.”

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Press play on the music video for “Dale Wepa” and stream the official audio on your DSP of choice below.

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