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ICYMI: NUE dropped a video for “Alaska” & you need to see it

Toronto, ON – Last week Toronto artist NUE released brand new visuals for the Sauceboy produced “Alaska”.

The track dropped last month as a summer 2017 slapper anthem, and was one of the leading singles off NUE’s just-released Iroquois project.

This video was directed by Anthony Supreme, and executive produced by Red Audio and 918 Studios. “Alaska” is equal parts low-key and finesse. NUE managed to take all the chill summer vibes, and mix ’em up with his own brand of hype-y turn up. The video mirrors that same wave as NUE flexes off at some remotely-located mansion in the middle of nowhere.

Honestly, this track is still probably my favourite song off Iroquois, and I’ve had the song on steady rotation for a couple of weeks now. Check the video for “Alaska” after the jump.

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