Representing Harlem, Sheck Wes is a name to keep an eye on. At only 18 years old, he brings an energy to his music that demands attention, and that's evident on "Live SheckWes, Die SheckWes." Today, Complex premieres the visual for the YungLunchBox-produced record, which is directed by Kanye West's videographer, White Tyler Trash.
It features Sheck Wes and his crew getting into mischief around town with an overall theme of keeping it 100.
"My everyday life, and the trials and tribulations of what me and my friends go through inspired the making of the video," Sheck Wes told us via email. "We sometimes have no choice but to do bad things, but doing bad things is a big part of being a kid. We'll keep having fun while being kids, but will always be kids at heart."
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