Nigerian born, Canada based rapper, Okoro shares the visual for his song “Creepah” off his Recluse ep. Over a dark, cinematic backdrop (courtesy of Kyle Prunsky) he delivers his frustrations and challenges as he attempts to rise in this music industry. The video was directed by Cody MacDiarmid who helps shed some light into the world of the “Creepah” character played by Okoro. Shot in Calgary, Alberta, the viewers get to see how the “Creepah” works behind the scenes while being unseen by the world. The Creepah isn’t quite worried or influenced by external pressures, because, in his head, all that matters is being able to take care of his family and make them proud.

Stream “Creepah” here and  STREAM “Recluse” Here.

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