LIL BAM RELEASES ANTICIPATED VISUALS TO THE “JULIO” REMIX
FEATURING JUCEE FROOT AND RICK ROSS WITH A SPECIAL APPEARANCE
FROM THE WOMEN’S NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
ATLANTA (October 29th, 2020) – Lil Bam releases his highly anticipated visual for the remix of “Julio” featuring Jucee Froot & Rick Ross – which served as his breakout single that caught the eyes and ears of the South.
Directed by Roger Alexander of AlphaMale Visuals, the video features cameos from members of the Women’s National Football Conference (WNFC’s) Atlanta Phoenix team.
A twist from the norm, Lil Bam and his team made it a point to spotlight the women of Atlanta’s home team showing they play just as hard as the guys if not harder.
The athletes suited up and balled out under their interim leader on the field “Coach Bam“ while literally “Catching plays in the A” as the lyrics say. Coach Bam doesn’t take his team losing well by halftime so his motivational speech is accompanied by Belaire Champagne and a CBD infused water (Axis) to get his team to the championship.
Memphis Rapper Jucee Froot then hits us with a lyrical broadcast as she narrates the chaos on the field. A baffling win, the trophy ceremony is complete with a boisterous performance from none other than the biggest boss himself, Rick Ross.
When discussing the video’s creative elements Bam recalls, “What I like most about it is that it looks like a short film. A lot of different pieces, but it all comes together to make a real movie. It was a very long day but well worth it.” At the height, The visual also features cameos from Atlanta’s Taylor Girlz,
and Richie Re.
“Working alongside a living legend like Rozay and one of the hardest female rappers like Jucee was crazy. This was definitely one of my most exciting videos” – Says Bam.
As previously mentioned, 2019 served as a breakout year for the MBK4L recording artist with a number of projects under his belt collaborating with both YBN Almighty Jay and Lil Baby.
This year he has elevated his work ethic by consistently releasing new music and videos while his imprint expands beyond the south. His most recent release “Hot Boy” was spotlighted on Apple Music New South Playlist while reaching close to 3.5 million streams, drawing the attention of Goodie Mob in which he sampled.
Impending stardom is inevitable for the down south rapper as he prepares for his label debut, The Last Don EP, set to release this November 26th