People are excited for NF to release his next album. The Michigan-raised rapper has been building his portfolio for the last few years and today, he's seen as one of the frontrunners of his wave. The year-old has been compared to people like Logic and considering they both spit introspective raps about the tough situations they live through, it makes sense. NF's latest single is in the process of going viral. Released a few hours ago, "Time" has already picked up over two million views as it sits comfortably at No. The video tells the story of a couple that's going through a rough patch, showing us the moments that led to their fight. NF is planning to release his new album The Search on July Keep an eye out for that and check out the other new singles he's dropped recently. Even if we both break down tonight And you say you hate me And we go to bed angry I know everything will be alright I'll be here waiting I promise I'm changing I just need time. By Alex Zidel.
NF drops an emotional new song and video called "Time."
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I'm Clifford Stumme, and I use literary analysis and research to explain the deeper meanings of pop songs. Feel free to leave a comment or to email me at clifford popsongprofessor. NF just released "Time" music video; and we'll jump into it; we've got a lot that's going on in the music video itself; we start to see this couple that seems to be falling apart; the girl is storming out of the house, and she's got her bag; the guy tries to grab her hand saying "wait; let's talk about this"; but she's not having any of it; then she hops in the car, and starts driving. This is the premise; we're starting in the middle of the story, and we basically see that this relationship is falling apart; but the question remains of why is this relationship falling apart? Well, for the rest of the music video, we see the couple going backwards, through their relationship, through the rough times, back to the good times; and we see the whole thing kind of unravel in reverse; so we see them kind of looking a little bit separate, we see her packing her clothes, we see them in the same bed together just laying there; and things start to get better and better, suggesting that they were at once one point in love; we see them hanging up pictures on the wall; so they obviously have recently moved into this house, because we see them putting things in, bringing boxes and stuff; it's almost like watching people meet each other, who maybe didn't like each other before; but because this is actually in reverse, you know it's really the story of how they fell apart. We also got to see earlier how they went to a restaurant together; and we just see that tension in the relationship; and then we go even further back and at that same restaurant, it looks like we see them actually meeting for the first time. There's some really really interesting story being told here, and if you watch the video in reverse, you would basically get to see this couple who meet each other at a diner, they ostensibly get to know each other, they move in together, they start putting the house together, and then something happens; we don't know what exactly.
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