Aminé's debut album Good For You drops Friday. If you were concerned that the eccentric Portland rapper was going to tone-down his quirkiness, his performance of "Wedding Crashers" last night on Late Night with Seth Meyers should put that concern to bed.
Set off by an impeccably dressed doo-wop group, Aminé raps and croons the year's absolute pettiest ballad before being joined by Offset. The angelic set design (including a back-up singer dressed like a priest) makes for yet another very fun Aminé watch.
This week will also see Aminé handing out copies of the newspaper he's seen reading on Good For You's album cover. Titled The Good for You Post, Aminé has referred to it as his "most personal" work outside his music.