Despite the obvious setbacks caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, this has been an incredible week in music. Over the last few days, Kehlani has announced the release of her new album and DaBaby dropped a new video. In addition, Jack Harlow and G-Eazy teamed up on “Moana” produced by Zaytoven. Above all else, Queen B jumped on the “Savage Remix” with Meg Thee Stallion. Adding on to an incredible week, Adé has dropped a new video for his “Where I’m From” freestyle.
i still be rappin sometimes. pic.twitter.com/FUZjDJUcjN
— ADÉ (@adeinmylife) April 29, 2020
Closing out the week, Washington, D.C.’s Adé has dropped new visuals as he raps over a classic Jay-Z beat. What more could you ask for? Throughout the video, he takes us around his hometown as he passes through Chinatown and Nationals Park. All the while, he’s dropping bar after bar.
“Cutting deals for the paper/My crew is Dunder Mifflin,” he raps.
Check out the full video and freestyle above.