Video: Nooch – “Feel This”

18 Year Old D.C. Rapper Nooch Prepares Release of Forthcoming Mixtape, Premieres Video with HotNewHipHop


Nooch - "Feel This"
The Video:

HotNewHipHop premieres the video for “Feel This,” a serenade-like track by the young rapper Nooch. The 18 year old D.C. artist, signed to Oy Boy Records, creates a vibe that differs from his recent street-style single, “Too Many” feat. Fat Trel. With smooth lines and quips, Nooch manages to take what he’s learned about music and form his own sound rather than copying his influences directly. Over incredible aerial shots of D.C., Nooch is invited over by a beautiful, lonely woman, only to emit a swagger far beyond his years. Says Nooch, “I’m young but you couldn’t tell if you ain’t know.”

Featuring the likes of Wale, Fat Trel, and Paul Wall, Nooch’s forthcoming Sophomore Slump is scheduled for a May release. In addition to those features, he has worked alongside Black Cobain and Shy Glizzy, establishing himself as a force to be reckoned with among the DMV scene. As a follow up to last year’s Rookie Season, Nooch’s upcoming mixtape features his own style that he’s been cultivating over the years. “I try to make every song completely different,” he says. “I’d like for my music to make the listener feel exactly how I felt when I made the song.”

Watch the “Feel This” video here:

Check out the HotNewHipHop premiere here:

Please contact Michelle or Rory if interested in talking with Nooch.

Nooch’s Background:

A listen to 18-year-old DMV-native Nooch quickly reveals an artist who listens just as much as he speaks. A certified engineer, Nooch is equipped with an ear for music that goes beyond the usual trap-inspired tunes of his peers within and outside of the DMV. While many artists strive to create a singular sound by which they can define themselves, the 18-year-old rapper rejects that notion all together, hoping that each song is its own experience that simply adds to a greater one. Thus, differentiating is where Nooch excels most. He nods to the artists he looks up to while adding his own essence to each track. His versatility combined with his fan-first approach to making music sets him apart from the sounds of his region and radio.

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“Feel This” Video:

“I’m  A Stoner” Freestyle:

“Too Many” Feat. Fat Trel:

“Suge Knight” Video:

Rookie Season Mixtape:

“Gotta Go” Video:

“Wit A N*gga” Video: