Although they describe themselves as “a band of scoundrels and hooligans” the O’My’s sure do know how to make meaningful music. Following Wonder Years’ debut months ago on The O’My’s Chicago Style mixtape, the Chicago-based group has finally released the visuals for the record. Featuring Chance The Rapper and produced by Blended Babies, Wonder Years is a soulful reminder of those wondrous years of one’s youth and learning how to become a man. Directed by Robby Barnett, the music video for Wonder Years is pleasantly simple. There’s a rooftop jam session, a father and son storyline, and even a few shots of the Chicago skyline. The O’My’s Chicago Style was released in April for free download.
Written by Danielle H. on 07/23/12
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