Squidnice Continues His Come Up With “In Tune” Video

Ever since Squidnice broke into the New York hip hop scene with his banger “Trap By My Lonely” his fans have been fiending for a new music video. In June, Squidnice gave his breakout clip a facelift and today he’s back with some new visuals for “In Tune” off of his debut EP, The Craccen.

“In Tune” is a straight banger from the 20-year-old rapper out of Staten Island. Produced by Adrian Lau and Tony Seltzer, Squidnice drops some braggadocios bars about his success. The video features Squidnice having a wild time in Shaolin with blunts, Henny, girls and riding on top of a whip with your squad. Sounds like a perfect night in New York City.

Squidnice certainly has a lot to celebrate. MASS APPEAL included him in our list of the best new voices coming out of the Rotten Apple. He has released songs with other young talented New York City MCs like Smooky MarGiellaa and has stepped into the world of high fashion by walking in the Hood by Air show. He’s also become a hometown hero of sorts in his Port Richmond neighborhood and has certainly come a long way form those low budget iPhone music videos he started with.

“You ever notice how all these niggas say, ‘Ice on my wrist, 80 on my wrist, 100 on my wrist,’ and you never see a watch on ‘em?” he told MASS APPEAL during our profile on him. “I’m never gonna talk about a watch I don’t have or a car I’m not driving. I talk about what’s really going on my life. If I’m broke, I’m broke. I speak the truth. I just make it sound good.”

For those that have not been put on to the music Squidnice is pumping out, peep his EP below.

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