Tobe Nwigwe taps EarthGang’s Olu, Duckwrth for “Wildlings” MV

Check out the colorful visual.

Tobe Nwigwe, EarthGang’s Olu and Duckwrth have released a video for their collaboration, “Wildlings.”

Like several of his recent videos, Nwigwe’s new visual features appearances from his family members, as well as a green color scheme. Olu and Duckwrth show up later in the clip, accompanied by a team of energetic dancers.

“This song is for the wildlings without a crown (get down) / ’Cause where we from you cannot come up ’til you get down / You know when we see twelve we gon’ get downed, so don’t make a sound (silence) / Now bring it back around,” Olu sings on the chorus.

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“Wildlings” is a cut from Nwigwe’s upcoming album, CINCOriginals. The full-length, due out December 13, will also feature Big KRIT, D Smoke, Black Thought, Trae tha Truth and more.

Earlier this year, Olu released a cover of Marvin Gaye’s classic “What’s Going On.” Duckwrth, on the other hand, unveiled his sophomore album SuperGood in August.

Watch the video for “Wildlings” below:

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