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’.

Jadakiss, Sheek Louch & Snyp Life Give Closed Casket A Visual (Video)

“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.