Rowdy Rebel is back outside for the matching visuals to his new single, “Woo Nina”.
Directed by G Train, the GS9 rapper delivers his street-oriented rhymes in the heart of Brooklyn where he mingles with the locals, Woo Walks with his entourage, and mobs with the biker crew throughout his borough.
“Woo Nina” follows Rowdy’s previous release, “Rowdy vs. Rebel“, which serves as the title-track of his forthcoming album.
This year, he dropped a chest-beating freestyle over Lil Durk’s “Ah Haa” and the conflicted “Rowdy Vs. Rebel.” Today, he followed up with his latest foray into the modern drill scene, “Woo Nina.”
He certainly fits right in. It probably helps that not much has changed since the days when “Hot N****” and “Computers” ruled the streets. The lean, mean track clocks in at just over two minutes, and in the video, Rowdy is surrounded by residents of his home borough, who woo walk and wheelie motorbikes through the streets as Rowdy poses for pics and boasts his hood bona fides.