It’s Cameras, Pretty Lights and Bright Colors on Reekado Banks And Falz’s “Biggy Man” Video

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The signing of Reekado Banks marked the beginning of post-MoHits years many didn’t expect Don Jazzy to live past. Hence why Reekado Banks’ shoulders have been weighty with pressure for hits like forerunners D’banj and Wande Coal, since his first unveiling in 2014. The pressure increased considerably after bagging two Headies awards back to back for “Rookie of The Year” and “Next Rated” categories respectively, with fans and critics alike pressuring him for an impressive debut album. Spotlight was indeed impressive but due to low level marketing and Reekado Banks’ experimentation with the growing Afrotrap music genre it failed to crease the place of classic debuts like we heard from Wande Coal and Wizkid, two artists he immediately drew comparisons to when he first surfaced on the radar.

Off the album, comes “Biggy Man”, his second collaboration with Falz since the two first worked together on “Celebrity Girlfriend” in 2015.

Reekado sings on the polysynth baseline and uses the beat’s base drop to good effect with his “Burst Brain” ad-lib. Falz takes the last verse and gives yet another quip filled verse with the swagger of a Yoruba man flipping his Agbada. The video however shows him and Reekado in modern big boy clothes.

Lucas Ried shot and directed the video for “Biggy Man” to like a photo shoot for a clothing line. But then, maybe that was the point.

Watch the video for Reekado Banks “Biggy man” featuring Falz below.

Featured Image Credit: YouTube/Reekado Banks

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