Rising Chicago talent Kweku Collins has his sights set on a big 2017 after delivering his breakout project Nat Love this year. Fresh off a trek through Europe on tour, Collins shares his news song "jump.i" and an accompanying video to cap off his surreal 2016.
The visual is directed by frequent collaborator Cody LaPlant and offers a glimpse at how the rapper gets down when he's out with the crew. It starts off with Collins en route to the spot while rapping "The Rain That Wouldn't Save" off Nat Love, and then immediately turns up with he hits the function.
The night becomes a blur to Collins, though it's clear he has no intention of turning down.
By morning, Collins is doing the walk of success.
Check out his new video for "jump.i" above and stream Nat Love here. Collins is offering autographed vinyl of his album; it will be available Dec. 16 and can be pre-ordered here. Those in the Chicago area can catch Collins at Reaction NYE alongside Danny Brown, Flume, Anderson .Paak, and more on Dec. 30 at Donald E. Stephens Convention Center. Tickets for the event are available here.