Rising through the Chicago underground with his mesmerizing delivery and lyrical realism, Memo600 demands your attention. Exploring his hometown’s rich history of organized crime, Memo shares the high-class clip for “Wipe Yo Nose.” Decked out in suits and ties and driving period-correct weapons and luxury vehicles, Memo takes us back to the Roaring Twenties in the video, staging a version of the Prisoner’s Dilemma with two opps in his custody. Directed by Laka Entertainment (Famous Dex, NLE Choppa, Calboy), “Wipe Yo Nose” paints an opulent, yet ugly portrait of gangsta life, drawing parallels between Chicago’s violent past and violent present. With a flow as violent as the song’s subject matter, Memo’s “Wipe Yo Nose” is the latest in a line of street hits, including “Steppers,” which has 4 million views on YouTube, and “Locked In,” his collaboration with El Hitta. Enjoy this video stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.
A recent signee to Lil Durk‘s OTF label, along with crewmates Booka600 and JusBlow600, Memo600 developed a loyal fanbase on YouTube with his unique style of drillin’. He earned his biggest exposure with the eerie local hit “Exposing Me” (1.1 million views), which reverberated from cars in South Side streets all summer 2018. The “Exposing Me” (Remix), featuring fellow O-Block resident and OTF signee King Von, has over 10 million views on YouTube. Stay tuned for much more from Memo and the rest of the 600 Crew as the summer wears on.
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Props to Laka Entertainment