Brooklyn based MC Nello Luchi drops off her new visual for the K'riem Scott (@kri3m) produced I Remember, off of the EP: Welcome: The Audio Movie, Pt. 1.

In a world where female emcees are more notorious for their asses than their assets, Nello Luchi represents something new for those who crave a more original and dynamic flavor of Hip Hop. Her music serves an assortment of true lyricism coined by past 80's and 90's veteran emcees. She has an innovative and diverse sound of revolutionary New York City Hip Hop, viewed from her window of creativity and inspiration, developed by living the life of an up and coming struggling emcee.  

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The track samples the Extra P (Large Professor) remix of Common Sense's 1995 Resurrection. She speaks on her most vivid childhood memories growing up in her Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood. Nello opens the track by recreating the scene of when she saw Lil Kim's tears as Biggie's body past through his block for the final time. She also drops a reference to Nas shouting out her block on You Wouldn't Understand off his 2012 album Life Is Good. Nello exhibits her great storytelling skills over this nostalgic cut.

The visual was co-directed by Nello & Taylor Flash (@taylor_flash)

Check out the crazy visual above and stay tuned for more from lyrical goddess Nello Luchi in 2018!