Earlier this week Scarborough artist Nue finally released the video for “Fever” off Iroquois. He also dropped the announcement that he has signed to the independent 300 Entertainment imprint, and is the first Canadian to do so.
“Fever” was produced by Aid and Sauceboy, and dropped as Nue’s third single release from Iroquois. It’s a wavy love song, dripped out in all the feelings, uncertainty, and other symptoms that go hand-in-hand with catching the “Fever” for someone.
Directed by Illritual, the video captures that unsettling feeling as Nue gets faded and tries to sort out his feelings… which rarely ever get sorted out when you’re blitzed. So instead he finds himself in a deeper state of confusion and uncertainty and wondering where him and his girl stand. Check it out below.
Follow Nue on Twitter @RealNue.
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