Nyck Caution Celebrates with Homies in Black & White in "Coat Check" Video

Respected in the Five Boroughs and beyond for his pen game, Nyck Caution is ready for his close-up. Bringing a highlight from his solo debut album Anywhere But Here to life, Nyck shares "Coat Check," his latest music video. 

Reflective and deeply personal, "Coat Check" is a lyrical showcase for the young rapper, shifting from confident in the initial section to uncertain in the "Session 47" section in the second half. The song dwells on life's cruel brevity, as the 26-year-old rapper pours one out for his fellow Brooklynite Pop Smoke and struggles to overcome his self doubt.


Shot in crisp black-and-white, the Fakedell-directed video for "Coat Check" starts in celebratory mode, as Nyck celebrates his success with some homies, including Pro Era's Dessy Hinds and other notable figures like Kid Super, Dyemond Lewis, Ken Cash, and Aaron Rose. As the song transitions from "Coat Check" to "Session 47," the focus shifts squarely onto Nyck, as he sits on a therapist's couch and bares his soul.

Watch Coat Check video below. 

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