Ted Park Celebrates the End of a Relationship in 'Me Oh My' Video

Ted Park "Me oh My"
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Ted Park "Me oh My"

Wisconsin rapper Ted Park kept a steady musical output in 2017, but with a new year ahead of him, Park is ready to make a huge splash in hip-hop starting with his newest offering "Me oh My."

On Monday, Park doled out the trippy visuals for his latest track -- an infectious uptempo tune that centers on Park's dysfunctional relationship cycle. 

The Devan Marz-directed visual begins with Park and his leading lady lounging on a couch watching the 2003 film Freaky Friday. Park and his girl appear to be in the honeymoon stage of their relationship before it quickly goes south and we see the couple arguing in the kitchen.

"Give you time and put it work/ Talking 'bout how no one knows your worth/ I done did some things, got on your nerves/ You leave to f--- with him and barely you return," he croons over the melodic, trap-laden beat smeared with an organ-like sound and drum strikes, as the demise of their relationship plays out in the video. Unfazed by the end of his former romance, Park opens up his home to invite another woman in as the two walk hand-in-hand toward the living room.

Watch the video for "Me Oh My" below.