The animated visual isn't one for the kids.
Last summer Bobby Brackins enjoyed success with his single "Whiplash" while also dropping "Big Film," but it's taken eight months for the rapper to deliver the visual for his G-Eazy and Jeremih-assisted track. Don't let the animation in this video fool you; the ladies in these scenes are showing off their freaky sides in the Maxwell Benson-directed visual that teeters on an R rating.
"Big Film" was featured on Brackins' 2018 EP To Live For, the second installation of his three-part series that includes his first EP To Kill For and the forthcoming follow-up, To Die For. “This is my second record with G-Eazy," Brackins said. "My first was 'Hot Box' which was a fan favorite so it was only right to keep working."
"I also wrote the hook on G’s song 'Friend Zone' and wrote 'FWU' - a Pia Mia record that featured G so we have natural creative chemistry," he continued. "We are both from Oakland so we instantly clicked. I’ve known Jeremih for about ten years now. We had a song a while back called '180' that was a banger and he is on my song 'My Jam' with Zendaya which did really well. Jeremih and G are not only frequent collaborators, but they are my buddies."