Drew Howard – Uncle Tona (Prod. Omito Beats) [Video]
Toronto, ON – With his “Get Home Safe” crew building an impressive buzz, Drew Howard couldn’t pick a better time to make a debut with his new video, “Uncle Tona.” The Tristan C-M-directed video is a feel-good banger produced by Omito Beats, off his Drive, The Valley of Dissipation EP, set to drop later this year.
Drew’s “Uncle Tona” video sees the young artist wandering the streets of Toronto taking viewers to key landmarks including the massive Get Home Safe mural in the heart of the city, and their ‘Palace’ hangout, located in the core of downtown Kensington aka KENZO.
Check out the “Uncle Tona” video after the jump and stay tuned for the EP!
About Drew Howard
Shakqueel Burthwright (born June 14th, 1992) better known as Drew Howard or 88 Camino, is a Canadian rapper born in the Scarborough region of Toronto, Canada. Shakqueel began rapping at the age of 17-years-old. Listening to an array of musical creatives spanning several genres helped him develop a sound that has a lot of replay value.
When Shakqueel was 9-years-old, his mother moved away to Tulsa, Oklahoma, for school and brought him with her for a new journey. Eight years later, Drew returns to Toronto and had a mission to pursue music on a high level. After releasing a ton of old music numerous years ago, 88 Camino has taken more than a year off to perfect his craft and he is ready for the world to hear his drug-infused euphoric timeless sound. His unique perspective is a result of his interests in real life observations.
Twitter: @88Camino | @OmitoBeats
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