Watch Mobile, Alabama rapper NoCap’s black-and-white video for ‘Drown in My Styrofoam’

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Moments ago, through a search on YouTube’s trending section, was the first time I watched a NoCap video. On September 14, the Mobile, Alabama-native artist released the official visual for ‘Drown in My Styrofoam’. In the record, he spills his guts. Some things that he covers in the song is a past lover burning his expensive clothes, potentially drowning in a cup of lean because he wants to escape his reality, and more. If you’re into music by Future, you might enjoy NoCap. Watch the video to get to know the artist a little more.

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