Sheck Wes Leads Uproarious Disciples In "Wanted" Visuals

Sheck Wes proves himself an electrifying orator.

Mudboy has come and gone, galvanized by the enduring, infectious energy of “Mo Bamba.” Viewed by many as a refreshing and visceral newcomer in a sea of copycats, Sheck has struck a chord together with his loyal fanbase. As such, his stay exhibits reply to his aggressive, uncooked music in variety. Mosh pits and hoarse voices in abundance. In that regard, the Mudboy feels akin to an electrical revival preacher, an actual salt-of-the-earth sort. Such is obvious in “Wanted,” an intense new video clip that captures the animalistic depth of a Sheck Wes live performance. 

Likewise for the loyalty of his followers, who present sufficient uncooked power to frighten even probably the most beer-addled hooligan. The imagery of “Wanted” is simplistic by design, but evocative in its energy. The clip itself offers an added soundtrack of raucous cheers, which drives house one level strongest of all: the person conjures up loyalty.