Snyp Life Reps Mount Vernon & Salutes Heavy D On A Pete Rock Production (Video)

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D-Block representative Snyp Life recently dropped some visuals for his Pete Rock-produced, head nod-inducing banger “Oh No,” featuring a catchy, melodic hook from Sheek Louch, that Ambrosia For Heads gave the first listen to in September.

The video takes viewers on a tour of Mount Vernon, New York, Snyp’s hometown, and is mostly shot at Heavy D & The Boyz Park—in front of a mural of the late Hip-Hop legend and fellow Mount Vernon native by artist Andre Trenier. Perhaps not so incidentally, Heavy D was a collaborator and cousin to the #1 Soul Brother, Pete Rock, who also spent much of his childhood in the inner New York City suburb. Sheek, of course, hails from neighboring Yonkers. Both appear in the vid’.

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“Oh No” is a single off Snyp’s Back Again, which dropped last Friday (November 4). The D-Block Records EP also features the rest of the LOX, as well as production by Psycho Les of the Beatnuts.