Raz Fresco, the young and gifted rapper and record producer from Brampton, Ontario, just released a warm, retro nouveau video for “Up North”, a single from his latest mix tape “Pablo Frescobar”, which was released today exclusively on HNHH.
On record, Fresco details what it’s like to be amongst greedy, two-faced individuals who often ask him for money, and proclaims that he is “a young Jigga with R&B b*tches, wearing hoodies” as we see beautiful imagery from his hometown, Toronto. Watch the anthemic video for all of the forgotten people and talents, dwelling Up North Toronto, and download Pablo Frescobar right here, if you like what you hear and see.
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