P-Lo drops visuals for “Big Film”

Bay Area native P-Lo just released the visuals for his six month old track “Big Film”. “Big Film” is exactly what we are used to hearing from P-Lo: a Bay Area banger that certainly bears influence from Mac Dre and the hyphy movement. “Big Film” gets production from Cal-A, largely in the form of booming bass. From here on out, the hit track might only be in a conversation while also discussing the video. This is not to say that the song alone isn’t a masterpiece, but that the combination of the two creates a unique experience unlike many music videos today. The visuals for “Big Film” damn near put you in a theater to watch a movie of P-Lo and insane lighting effects. Special effects and lights dominate the video without giving off a corny vibe, making this unquestionably P-Lo‘s best audio-video combination to date. While we patiently wait for more of the same shit, watch and listen to “Big Film” here:

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Photo credits: @rileykubota

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Jack Steindorf

Jack Steindorf

Co-Founder at Apex Hip Hop
Co-Creator of Apex Hip Hop. Spreading dope music. Born and raised in Sacramento, California. Current student at Oregon State University. Message on Twitter for email.