Ras Nebyu Has Multiple Personalities In New Video For ‘No Love’

By Ally Schweitzer

This post has been updated with a release date for Ras Nebyu’s next single.

Ras Nebyu is consistent on a few things — namely spiritual enlightenment, staying woke and puffing on the finest sinsemilla. But in his new music video, the uptown D.C. rapper tries on new hats.

The visual for “No Love” shows Nebyu revisiting past relationships. But he does it from a few perspectives: that of a cool character named Malcolm, jersey-sporting Drew and the “real” Ras Nebyu in his standard Washington Slizzards gear.

At video’s end, two Nebyus unite: Defying strict instruction not to throw a party at his (parents’?) house, Nebyu hosts a rager, with Drew turning up to mend his slashed heart.

Produced by Casita Del Fresco, the silky “No Love” was a Bandwidth favorite in 2015. The video (premiered today by Revolt) precedes new music from the hip-hop artist, who debuted in 2011 with Kennedy Street Teachings and made a splash two years later with the single “Futuristic Black Man.”

Nebyu’s next single is expected out June 20. Miss Bandwidth’s December feature on the rapper? Catch up here.