Oke Junior’s got an anthem on his hands with “No Love”. Dude continues to get better and better at this and it’s dope as hell to watch him elevate with not just his music, but his movement. Take it from him…

“‘No Love’ is a song that reflects the rough streets of Oakland, California. I’m educating people on how the streets has love for no one. Doesn’t matter who you are or what you do. You can lose your life in these streets if you don’t move the correct way. In the song I said, ‘Streets smarts no weak hearts welcomed on these parts.’ You have to move smart and have thick skin growing up in the ghetto because a lot people are heartless and pounce on the weak. Be a leader not a follower. Survival of the fittest. Only the strong survive and make it out.”

Watch the visual for Oke’s “No Love” below and make sure you catch him later this month at Ace of Spades opening for Sage The Gemini.

About to be an Epic show! Hit me up for tickets👀

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