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Watch Portland rapper Wynne new music video for her latest single "Don't Touch." via HIGHSNOBIETY.
"'Don't Touch' lives in a lot of different worlds for me, but it's mainly residing as a warning; I'm confronting my identity as hip hop's poison apple," viaHIGHSNOBIETY.
Directed by Bellamy Brewster with the help and creative direction of Clare Gillen, The cinematic visual alludes to Netflix's Stranger Things all while bringing the punchy lyrics to life on-screen. She delivers an intense high-energy performance captured via the video's quick cuts and rhythmic editing. The song is produced by Jonah
Christian who makes a cameo appearance in the video. It's another shining example of her intense and inimitable star power.
Just last week, she first premiered the song via The Fader praised how, "She raps about keeping haters at bay over a dark and stuttering beat."
However, "Don't Touch" continues a series of red hot anthems from the rising Portland rapper.
With more music dropping soon, Wynne has only just begun to set the game ablaze.
Call her a poison apple to hip-hop, Wynne raps with venom, fury, intensity, and consciousness all at once. Born and raised in a Portland suburb, she grew up an outsider, finding solace in her favorite rappers. While studying social justice and music at University of Oregon, she started releasing music of her own online. Now, she follows up her September
debut with her second single in as many months, "Don't Touch."
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