Tobe Nwigwe continues to show off his consistency by steadily releasing visuals from his latest project without missing a beat. Back in December, he unleashed Cincoriginals, which saw 14 tracks and additional assists from EARTHGANG, Big K.R.I.T., Royce da 5’9”, Black Thought, Trae Tha Truth, Killa Kyleon, D Smoke, and more. This past weekend, the Houston emcee unveiled another visual from the album for “THE TRUTH,” and in his verse, he keeps it as real as he can to live up to the song’s title:
I have been hand-selected by Yah, I merely complied in hopes to be a scribe he can cherish. My hood see me as a guide and they know I keep that fire. For all those who carest not that we perish./ Ooh, I know that my bars are esoteric. Ooh, low-key, I just had my second heiress. My flow the rarest, it deserve some merit. I am inherently barbaric, when it comes to spittin’, I ain’t generic./ Ooh, look, yeah, big pole on me. No red light, but it stop traffic. Ooh, yeah, don’t cheat, but I keep the Cardi B close, that’s a loud ratchet. Ooh, yeah, gotta keep the heat. While I move my feet down the road to Damascus.
“THE TRUTH” follows previously released visuals for cuts like “BOZOS,” “FATHER FIGURE,” “HEADSHOTS,” “PURPLE RAIN THING,” “CUJO,” and “TUNDAH FIYAH.” In 2020, he also dropped off The Pandemic Project as a way to share his art during the crazy times we are all in. Pandemic In related news, Tobe Nwigwe joined the likes of D-Nice, The O’Jays, Rapsody, Step Afrika, Leslie Jones, Step Afrika, the Texas Southern University Debate Team, Frankie Beverly and several U.S. senators and representatives in Washington, D.C. for the Terrence J-hosted “We Are One” event, one of many to take place in celebration of Joe Biden’s presidential inauguration.
Be sure to watch Tobe Nwigwe’s new music video for “The Truth” down below.