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NYC Rapper F. Virtue’s ‘Saturday Night Dead’ is the Ultimate FOMO Anthem

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NYC Rapper F. Virtue’s ‘Saturday Night Dead’ is the Ultimate FOMO Anthem

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“The biggest deals are made and broken in the club, so what will I be dealt if I’m with none of the above?” questions New York emcee F. Virtue on “Saturday Night Dead,” a track grappling with the endless debate of going out or staying in on the weekend.

Living in the digital age, it’s easy to watch life unfold behind a screen, scrolling through social media and feeling inevitable FOMO at the curated online personas we tune into nonstop. “But it looks so glamorous in photos,” he asserts above Rediculus production, pinpointing the disappointing discrepancy between IRL and URL.

The music video, directed by Victoria Ng, visualizes this narrative and features cameos from BULLETT favorite Maya MonèsYera and Charlotte S. McKee—another strong release from the rising rapper ahead of his forthcoming full-length album, The Things I’d Talk to Harry About. Watch, below: