[Watch] Allstar JR Tags Nuk For His “Headed To Columbus” Visual

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Detroit’s own Allstar JR does not know how to slow down. After all of the obstacles he has faced recently, he is still dedicated to flooding the streets with great music. Moreover, JR’s newest visual features Nuk on their trip “Headed To Columbus” directed by ShotbySauv3. With almost 100k views in just 2 short days, the two well-dressed rappers share various scenes riding around in Ohio. The two fiery MCs both came to play on the Jose The Plug produced street banger.  Many fans were ready for a collab between the two and they came with straight heat. Check out G.A.B.O.G.H. 3 HERE

In Detroit, rappers like PeezyBabyface Ray, and Icewear Vezzo have been doing all they can to keep the momentum going. Allstar JR’s creativity and higher-level thinking have helped him carve a lane unlike many others in his region. Furthermore, after he is fully recovered, he will be back doing shows and burning down features at an impressive rate. With his latest project G.A.B.O.G.H. 3 still climbing the Apple Music Hip-Hop charts, JR is in grind mode. Lastly, this visual will not be the last as he is looking to share more from his latest instant street classic LP.

For now, check out his new mini-movie for “Headed To Columbus” and stream ‘Get A Bag Or Go Home 3‘, on your DSP of choice after the jump.

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