Rapper and producer NAV releases his latest visual for his online viral hit “Myself.” The trippy clip was directed by Alex Lill and is taken from NAV’s self-titled debut, which was released last month via XO/Republic Records. Self-released last year as a single, the track was self-produced by NAV and is a fan-favorite track that quickly took a life of its own; with close to 30 million streams on Soundcloud thus far.
NAV’s debut mixtape has quickly mirrored the success and enthusiasm of his previous projects. With over 42.7 million times on Apple Music, it debuted at #5 on the overall album chart on day of release. The project, which also features previously shared single “Some Way” featuring The Weeknd, has received attention from the likes of XXL, Pitchfork, Rolling Stone, The FADER, Complex, Billboard and more. The 11-track effort was written, produced and mixed by NAV, with Metro Boomin, DannyBoy Styles and Rex Kudo contributing co-production on a handful of tracks. To purchase/stream NAV, click here: http://ift.tt/2ohixbC.
NAV is fast becoming a go-to producer in the industry, whose work has disrupted the scene at large. His fan-favorite collaboration with Travis Scott, “Biebs in the Trap,” which NAV produced, has been officially certified gold for sales of over 500,000 by the RIAA, while his co-production of Drake’s “Back to Back” earned a GRAMMY nomination for Best Rap Performance. NAV also announced his much-anticipated collaborative music project with Metro Boomin, entitled Perfect Timing, which is set for release later this year.
Recently, NAV surprised fans by joining The Weeknd on stage, in front of a sold-out crowd at the O2 Arena in London. Up next, NAV will make his live solo debut with his first-ever shows at Coachella on Saturday April 15 and 22. A history-making performance, NAV is the first-ever artist to make their full live debut at the festival. With more to come, NAV has made a name for himself as one of 2017’s biggest rising stars (Complex, Illroots).
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