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Toronto, ON – The lead single off Harvey Stripes’ highly anticipated sophomore project, A Penny and a Nightmare features RnB sensation Jeremih (“Birthday Sex,” and “Down on Me” ft. 50 Cent). The two came together and shot the video while Jeremih was in Toronto last week headlining his first show at the Guvernment on April 26th (Watch Footage Here). The video was directed by Cazhhmere and Zac Facts and produced by Deli. Check out some pictures on set of the video shoot after the jump.

Along with a feature from Jeremih, A Penny and a Nightmare, presented by DNDMG also includes features from Travis Porter, Jadakiss, Shi Wisdom and more. The new project is set for release this summer. Stay tuned.

News/Photos: Harvey Stripes Shoots Lead Single off new Project featuring Jeremih - HipHopCanada.com

News/Photos: Harvey Stripes Shoots Lead Single off new Project featuring Jeremih - HipHopCanada.com

News/Photos: Harvey Stripes Shoots Lead Single off new Project featuring Jeremih - HipHopCanada.com

News/Photos: Harvey Stripes Shoots Lead Single off new Project featuring Jeremih - HipHopCanada.com

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