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Brooklyn singer/songwriter puts his own spin on Tyga and Offset's hit single "Taste" with a visual filmed by JGoldberg Productions. Nathaniel is currently gearing up for the debut of a new R&B laced mixtape, as well as the release of his official video for "Tear It Up" featuring Casanova. Get "Tear It Up" now on all major platforms here http://hyperurl.co/f2bomh