EXCLUSIVE: Nick Grant Offers Insight On The Meaning Of His New Video For “Window Seat”

(AllHipHop News) Culture Republic’s flagship artist Nick Grant is back with new visuals for the Erykah Badu-inspired “Window Seat.” The accompanying video for the track off Grant’s ’88 mixtape was shot in Seattle by IFE + BONOHO.

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“The meaning of the song to me is about getting the bigger picture in life, that it’s more than just about the material things. Broaden your view on life and your life will change,” says Grant.

“Window Seat” provides an up close and personal view of the thoughts taking place in N.G.’s mind, and the Atlanta representative has a lot to share with the world.

The last several months have seen a torrent of career milestones for Grant. The Southern lyricist released his well received ’88 project, he recently served as an opener on Dave East’s “Hate Me Now Tour,” and he has been recording new music with the legendary Organized Noize Productions.

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Watch Nick Grant’s “Window Seat” video below.

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