Aminé is leaping into 2020 with a robust assertion on his new track, “Shimmy,” and he’s also paired the launch with a new visual.
Directed by Jack Beget, Aminé is noticed at Providence Park, the Woodland Park neighborhood and other Portland spots. From rock climbing and camping in the neighborhood parks to using the city’s vibrant orange Biketown bike-share rides, the rapper shows so a lot like for his hometown.
If there are pieces that sound acquainted, that is because you’re obtaining some throwback Ol Soiled Bastard strains from his 1995 hit, “Shimmy Shimmy Ya.”
Aminé teamed up with Boi 1da (Rihanna and Drake’s “Work” and “No Limit” by G-Eazy), Vinylz (BTS’ “Fake Love” and “Deja Vu” by J. Cole) and his “Caroline” collaborator Pasqué.
Aminé began producing major waves back again in 2017 next the launch of his 2017 debut album, Great for You, which bundled his hit tune “Caroline.” He also dropped “REDMERCEDES” and “Spice Girl” that 12 months and also executed at NPR’s Tiny Desk. In 2018, he launched his mixtape, ONEPOINTFIVE.