Chicago Rapper N.E.P.H.E.W Drops New Visual “Kingston”


Chicago Rapper N.E.P.H.E.W. recently premiered both the track and accompanying visual for his Jamaican influenced track inspired by the movie “Belly”, aptly titled “Kingston.” Even more impressive is the fact that N.E.P. has been releasing what he calls hip-hop/World music since the mid 2000’s.  His grind finally paid off after two mixtapes and two full lengths, as he scored a deal with Sony/Viacom.

Coming off an insane collaboration with international superstar DJ Steve Aoki and lending his vocals to “Dope Girls.”  He teams up with Weasel Sims and cultural dancer Stacey “Jukeboxx” Letrice to deliver this cinematic visual off his latest project Gratitude avail for download at


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