18-year-old New York rapper Orrin Campbell presents the Colin Campbell-directed music video for “Warp”, the Motel XXX-produced single from Orrin’s forthcoming album Nocturnal. Orrin named his first release The Sean Mulligan Mixtape, after his girlfriend’s little brother who inspired him to take rap seriously after hearing him freestyle for fun. His early material was, in his words, “Like boom bap rap. Like Brooklyn rap.” Moving to the suburbs changed all that. “I feel like me being in the suburbs, and being bored, helped me to experiment,” he explains, “and that’s kinda how I found this sound I have now.” Of the “Warp” video he says it was shot “in a penthouse overlooking New York City on 12th Ave looking uptown. I wanted to capture the essence of where I currently reside versus where I made the song and Nocturnal. The video is a trip into how I see things. The female which I describe in the song is a virgin whom never smokes or drinks, I wanted to make a very paradoxical video that was very drug-induced, representing myself but also contradicting the values and ideas of said female. She wears a sheep/lamb mask to symbolize purity. The female haunts this creepy place we would call my mind (location of the shoot) and that is what the video symbolizes. At the end we snippet the song “Blue Dreams” as a teaser for the fans.” Nocturnal drops December 7.