@NUMP_Trump delivers the highly anticipated visual for “I’m So Filipino”. Nump, born and raised in Vallejo, is one of the greatest artists in American music representing the Philippines. Nump’s been a part of San Jose’s 454 entertainment group, which features rappers Thai VG, Drew Deezy, and IZ, who all have made an impact in Bay Area hip-hop while serving as ambassadors for their Eastern roots. Now 454 and Nump’s label 4TM/RSG have teamed up with Filipino MMA league, The URCC to bring two Filipino legends together for this visual filled with Filipino Pride. The video depicts Nump coming to the aid of professional Filipino fighter, Derrick Easterling, and from there the two train together and tap in with the community in hopes of inspiring young Filipinos to dream big and stay motivated. The song had gone viral in the Philippines on the phone app, Musically, and thousands of kids had submitted posts in hopes of being featured in the music video. There aren’t too many artists serving as icons to the up and coming Filipino youth and Nump, his label, and URCC, along with 454 aim to play that part. Check out Nump’s huge new video for “I’m So Filipino” featuring vocalist, Jessica and the winners of the Musically challenge.