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Rapper Flowsik Shoots Music Video In Harlem


New York City rapper Flowsik is back at it again. This time he's hitting the streets of Harlem for a music video shoot. On Saturday, May 26, the East Coast artist known for his guttural flow, invited fans on Twitter to a video shoot on Frederick Douglass Boulevard in Harlem, NY, at 3 p.m. He wrote that it was "gonna be a movie."

The next day, the Korean-American fresh off his double release collaboration with rapper/singer Jessi, shared videos on Instagram of the action that had taken place, which included a scene of Flowsik in the street with bikers circling him, and then a clip of police on the set.

Responding to fans in the comments section, he says officers showed up just to make sure everything was okay. He also says the shoot was for a music video (in the comments).


Check out the posts below. No word yet on what song this video will be for. Meanwhile, Flowsik (Jay Pak), is also gearing up for a mini-tour in Europe.

The former Aziatix member and Show Me The Money 5 contestant, will be in Amsterdam on June 1st with Young Bros, before hitting stops in Cologne, Glasgow, Stockholm, Munich and Warsaw. You can learn more about the tour on the Young Bros Facebook page.  And check the two videos already out, "All I Need" and "WET" with Jessi.



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