Can the modal verb "can" be pronounced as /ŋ(k)/ ?
It may be the context of a following /k/, as in "we can come and see", but I have also notice it being reversed /ŋ(k)/.
Therefore, I'd like to know whether this is true, in phonetic terms, and how widespread it is. Some academic reference to this process would be clarifying.
For example, 5:12 'and you can come over' https://youtu.be/sriYmFBvOsE?t=312