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Don Toliver Sings to Kali Uchis, Newborn on ‘Deep in the Water’: Watch

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Mazel tov, Don Toliver and Kali Uchis!

On Thursday, the rapper released the video for his new track “Deep in the Water,” on which he sings about his promise of love to the Colombian American singer and their newborn baby boy.

The video splices clips of the artist in a blue-hued room and Uchis holding their newborn as he sings the chorus: “Deep in the water, far as I can see/Deep in the water, through your pregnancy.”

Before dropping the video, Uchis and Toliver shared a joint post on Instagram with clips of the couple holding their baby as “Deep in the Water” played in the background.

“You are everything we could have hoped for and more,” the couple wrote. “Thank you God for our beautiful healthy baby boy, and thank you all for the Good energy along the way. May our home and your homes forever be blessed with peace, happiness and health.”

The previous day, the singer shared a teaser for the song, including an image of himself riding a motorcycle at night. “At that very moment I realized I overcame so much … in such little time,” Toliver wrote. “And I’m still here to overcome even more….. Working on the best version of me forever.”

Uchis followed up their posts by sharing a carousel of photos showing the celebrity pair with their son, nicknamed Baby Pooki, with photos of the Red Moon in Venus singer in the hospital after giving birth.

“Giving birth to you was the greatest day of my life, thank you for choosing us to be your parents,” Uchis wrote. “You give us so much strength and motivation to be greater, to be our best selves for you. And we hope every day you feel how loved you are by us; nothing compares.”

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Uchis announced her pregnancy in mid-January with the release of a music video featuring the LP’s songs “Tu Coarzón Es Mío” and “Diosa.” She dropped her album Orquídeas the following day. The album included songs such as “Igual Que Un Ángel” with Peso Pluma, “Labios Mordidos” with Karol G, and “No Hay Ley Parte 2” with Rauw Alejandro.

“Across the album, Uchis is bolder and more forthright than on past releases,” read a Rolling Stone review of the record. “So often, she’s played the languid cool girl, but she breaks out of her shell again and again this time out. She dives deeper into new sounds, and she flourishes the entire way.”


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