If you weren’t already familiar with the work of Harlem rapper Sheck Wes, then I recommend wasting no time in checking out his latest visuals for the basketball-inspired anthem “Mo Bamba”. Written after Wes’ childhood friend and University of Texas basketball star, this 16yrold-produced track acts as the perfect exhibit of the compelling energy that Wes has become so well known for in both his music and his personality. Directed by WhiteTrashTyler, the visual companion plays to this same effect, offering black-and-white scenes of Wes and his team representing their New York roots by revisiting the same courts that raised them. With that being said, Sheck Wes’ sky-high potential is lending itself to a rapid ascent to the top for this young talent, and he’s ready to take over in 2018. Don’t sleep, watch “Mo Bamba” below and get ready for Wes’ highly-anticipated debut, MUDBOY, due for release this spring.