Philadelphia rapper Marv Mack is quickly becoming a household favorite for alternative hip-hop fans throughout America. The emcee rose to underground notoriety after releasing his debut single “Paula Deen” (ft. in VICE, Music Times, Philly.com, EATER) in April 2015, which addressed the racial unrest that had erupted throughout the country.
On January 8th Mack released his widely anticipated debut album Golden Bandaids, which has already received praise fromCult Classic USA, RESPECT Mag + more. Golden Bandaids, produced by Gibbs Tell ‘Em, is a prime example of what happens when an artist puts passion over popularity. The album is the purest form of artistic expression and fans and critics have been very quick to pick up on that.
Keeping the momentum going, today Mack has released the visuals (shot & edited by Mack) for his 2nd single “Own Crib” which takes viewers straight into a 90s-infused cartoon world as we follow Mack on his journey to meet up with a girl who just got her own place.
The video has been released through Russell Simmons‘ All Def Digital channel.
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