NoCap drops videos for “Overtime” and “Drown in My Styrofoam”

The former is a cut from his ‘Steel Human’ mixtape.

NoCap has returned with new videos for his songs, “Overtime” and “Drown in My Styrofoam.” The former was featured on the Alabama native’s latest project, Steel Human, and the latter is a new single.

In the video for “Overtime,” helmed by GREATEZT, NoCap enjoys the fruits of his labor, counting stacks of money and toasting champagne with his crew in a luxurious mansion. “I buy it and wear it one time cause I remember I couldn’t afford it,” he raps. “This shit didn’t happen overnight, I had to put in overtime.”

On the other hand, NoCap gets into his post-breakup feelings on the acoustic guitar-driven “Drown in My Styrofoam.” The track’s accompanying black-and-white visual matches the rapper’s heartbroken bars. “You broke my heart into a million pieces / I left my Louboutins and all my Yeezys,” he spits.

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Besides “Overtime,” NoCap’s Steel Human mixtape also features the song “Count a Million,” featuring Lil Uzi Vert. Watch his new videos below.

“Overtime”:

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“Drown in My Styrofoam”:

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