Kirko Bangz "Big Love" Video

Posted by , Sep 22, 2016 at 03:55pm

Kirko Bangz tries to make amends with those who've let him down in the powerful new "Big Love" video.


Kirko Bangz comes through today with a heartfelt new visual to "Big Love," the final track off last month's Back Flossin mixtape. The track, as with everything on Back Flossin, is produced by Sound M.O.B., and the new video is directed by Phillyflyboy. The "Big Love" video finds Kirko in the studio with a pen and paper, and he proceeds to recount three different stories of love and betrayal involving those closest to him.

First, he admits to having lost his best friend to the money and fame, and he then raps about his childhood father figure letting him down by beating his mother and repeatedly going to jail. He lastly expresses the heartbreak of seeing his niece succumb to drug addiction. In each of the aforementioned cases, Kirko finds it within himself to forgive those who he's grown apart from, and he voices his hopes of reconciling with them, knowing they each played a crucial role in shaping who he is today. Powerful stuff. 

Download Back Flossin here, and look for the project to hit iTunes and Apple Music tomorrow (Sept. 23). 

Kirko Bangz tries to make amends with those who've let him down in the powerful new "Big Love" video.

Kirko Bangz comes through today with a heartfelt new visual to "Big Love," the final track off last month's Back Flossin mixtape. The track, as with everything on Back Flossin, is produced by Sound M.O.B., and the new video is directed by Phillyflyboy. The "Big Love" video finds Kirko in the studio with a pen and paper, and he proceeds to recount three different stories of love and betrayal involving those closest to him.

First, he admits to having lost his best friend to the money and fame, and he then raps about his childhood father figure letting him down by beating his mother and repeatedly going to jail. He lastly expresses the heartbreak of seeing his niece succumb to drug addiction. In each of the aforementioned cases, Kirko finds it within himself to forgive those who he's grown apart from, and he voices his hopes of reconciling with them, knowing they each played a crucial role in shaping who he is today. Powerful stuff. 

Download Back Flossin here, and look for the project to hit iTunes and Apple Music tomorrow (Sept. 23). 

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