All hail the Big Homie.
As mentioned in our exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the track’s music video shoot just over two weeks ago, REVOLT Chairman Sean Combs is back and ready to silence the haters with his first solo single in nearly four years, fittingly titled “Big Homie.”
The track, featuring top-of-the-world bars from Puff, ad-libs from French Montana, and a biting verse from fellow Bugatti Boy Rick Ross, is a surefire street anthem that finds Puff in rare form, spitting about his rise to global superstardom and his undeniable stature in the music industry.
t’s an exciting throwback to the Puffy era, as teased by his recent appearance on Ross’ Biggie-channeling “Nobody” anthem, off his upcoming Mastermind (which Combs also co-executive produced), and to properly mark his return to the musical arena as a solo artist, you know the “Big Homie” had to shoot a music video of epic proportions to celebrate the occasion.
Directed by Jay Rodriguez & Rock Davis, shot in three cities (Atlanta, Miami, Harlem), and featuring appearances from DJ Khaled, The A$AP Mob, Meek Mill, and Wale, the “Big Homie” video is a visual representation of money, power, and respect, rather than a mere music video.
While the full version of the visuals will soon premiere right here on REVOLT.TV, for now, get a glimpse of the trailer up above, and stay tuned for more exclusives from the one and only Puff Daddy.