Big Boi Explains Why Only Now Revealing A Video For the 2012 of the Enormous Damage'

HipHop News Posted on May 22, 2020 at 8:00am

Big Boi Explains Why Only Now Revealing A Video For the 2012 of the Enormous Damage'

The Outkast MC also said that "The Big sleepover" album with Sleepy Brown and a track with EarthGang are on the way.

Big Boi has dug into the vault of the release of a never-before-seen the music video for the 2012 "Tremendous Damage." Motivated by the death of his father, Tony Kearse, the song features Bosko and comes from his Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors album.

In an interview with Complex, the Outkast MC explained how the current pandemic led to his release..focused on the ad {

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"So I was in the vault just looking around," he said. "I shot" Tremendous Damage " years ago, and I never released it. (...) Is called the "Tremendous Damage", and now the world is experiencing a tremendous damage. I just wanted to talk to my people."

I went to my vault and pulled out this previously unreleased video of "Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors." It seemed appropriate to talk with my people. Video filmed by Trevor Kane & Big Boi with Bosko RIP to my Father, "Chico Dusty"@Bigboi X @SleepyBrown Album " is complete ! Soon

— Big Boi (@BigBoi) May 22, 2020

"Tremendous Damage" is as much a timely message, as it is an ode to his father.

"The song spoke to me because there are a lot of people who are losing their loved ones, and the song is about someone who lost someone," he said. "It is dedicated to my father."

Along the track, Big Boi raps about the death of his father, whose nickname Chico Dusty inspired the title for the album of 2010


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