Maxim Meyer-Horn

4 Jan
Music

Yung Mavu Tells Tragic Love Story in the Video for ‘Nobody Like You’

The Belgian rapper Yung Mavu went viral in 2017 with “Black Magic”, which was made around the most epic Harry Potter theme song sample we’ve ever heard. Almost three years later, the young artist released his first mixtape ‘Matter Of Time’ and sold out his first club shows within hours. Mavu is going hard and to celebrate the new year, he gifted us the music video for his new single “Nobody Like You”.

It’s amazing to see the journey that Young Mavu is on at the moment. In 2019, he dropped some serious bangers that helped him gain millions of streams and a big following on Instagram, and we’ve got a feeling he won’t be slowing down in 2020 since the first project of the year already came out.

“Nobody Like You”

The music video for “Nobody Like You” was directed by Twan Brooks and has a surprisingly tragic story. The young Belgian singer Charlotte Meyntjes (aka MEYY, one of our artists to watch in 2020) functions as Mavu’s girlfriend in the clip. They portray a young couple that loves hanging out together and enjoy being around friends. On a drunk night, they have an idea that will change their lives forever and the video ends with a plot twist we didn’t see coming.

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