Urban musical sensation, Big Star, continues with his incredible work ethic in 2017. He is proving that there is no slowing him down. Big Star has been consistently releasing music and accompanying visuals since dropping his debut Mixtape/EP titled TELLASCOPE earlier this year.
Following the successful drop of No Rush, Big Star returns with the release of highly requested visuals for Pablo with an exclusive premiere on Channel O on Monday, 18 September.
Big Star deployed all of his musical arsenal to bare on Pablo, the song tells an honest story and speaks about how it feels to be the guy everybody scrutinizes without hearing their side.
The song combines superb lyrical prowess, melodious vocals as well as sweet warm tunes. The sensational hit reveals the musical quality that Big Star is made of.
“The song is comparing my life to the life of Pablo Escobar but in the video we played with the Pablo Picasso element. The video is clean, simple and the point was to tell the story, we didn’t want to do too much because we wanted the message to stand out,” expresses Big Star.
Big Star’s Pablo music video shot by Chopped and Screwed and directed by Kunda Jemba sees the Big Star and Zoocci Coke Dope saga, which has already produced hits like Flavors and Just To Flex, continuing.
The multi-talented urban music star is constantly looking to raise the bar with his music and creative direction which comes across seamlessly on Pablo.
Big Star has diffused himself all across the urban rap scene over the past year, maintaining ubiquity not just with the steady stream of his own hit singles, but with innumerable appearances on other people’s songs.
“After overwhelming requests from Big Star’s fans we decided to release visual of one of the most truthful and lyrically sublime songs to come out this year. It was a joy assisting Big Star to create this visual for his die-hard fans and family,” shares Raphael Benza of Vth Season.
Pablo music video will start airing on all other music channels this week after a successful exclusive debut on Channel O.