Despite the fact that he is left his hometown for major-label fame in L.A., nobody can argue that Aminé has left Portland behind. The rapper’s made repping his hometown as a lot part of his profession as whimsical entice beats and goofy music videos.
As we speak, the Portland-born rapper dropped yet one more Portland-centric music video, this time for “Woodlawn,” the latest single off his sophomore album, Limbo, which serves as a tribute to the Northeast Portland neighborhood the place he grew up.
This time, the video is partly set on the Woodlawn Park basketball courtroom, the place the rapper dances with Portlanders clad in Limbo face masks. There are additionally photographs of the Benson Excessive grad sitting on a sofa surrounded by Portland Path Blazers merch, flexing his Rip Metropolis tattoo and rapping in entrance of the Broadway Bridge. He even managed to sneak in a replica of WW‘s most up-to-date Finder magazine, which has Portland rapper Mic Capes on the quilt: