Chuuwee Looks At His Own Wonder Years With Enthusiasm (Video)

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In the last month, Sacramento, California artist Chuuwee released his Paradiso album. The 10-track, 40-minute project finds the veteran breaking the ice on 2017 with his first video. The “Enthusiasm” visual recreates the 8mm home-video effect from the 1960s and 1970s. In a statement to Ambrosia For Heads, the MC who has worked with and appeared on albums by Statik Selektah, Large Professor, and Lee Bannon says that he was inspired by the credit intro to classic ABC family show The Wonder Years.

While he’s been sitting on the visual (premiering at AFH) for a few years, Paradiso was the right collection of songs to release the track. Like its “Kevin Arnold” TV inspiration, the lyrics to the song draw off of Chuuwee’s morality and his personal outlook. With colorful backdrops and a lot of mental elevation, this independent MC mainstay is enthused while looking ahead.

This is directed by JP Films.

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