“Do Em Wrong” Official Music Video Kaboom Holy ft. Julio Foolio & Money Man Loot
For “Do Em Wrong”, Party Pack representer Kaboom Holy elicits the help of collaborators Julio Foolio and Money Man Loot. The song itself is aggressive and might make you want to put your guard up! With a grungy, homegrown visual to match - this offering is not about the theatrics as much as it’s made to get a point across. “Do Em Wrong” definitely makes a statement – one that says these three are not the ones to play with.
Scattered graphics flit across the screen, and the camera captures unique, unexpected angles contributing to a feeling of controlled chaos brought out by Kaboom and friends. For fans of the
floss, the ice does not disappoint – each rapper donning shimmering adornments and coordinating trademark grills as he spits his piece.
As the visual opens up, Julio Foolio makes quick work of his lead position in the song’s lineup. He jumps right in with two feet, setting the tone with back-and-forth rhymes that lay the groundwork for a potent listening experience. Foolio delivers confrontational stanzas with flows that have the bounce to tie up his lyrics in a bow.
Kaboom’s trademark voice, likely recognizable even from space, enters in behind Foolio urging, “I got that sh*t that gets you upset!” Freeform locs swinging, his spirited emergence brings about even more aggression, more gun bars, more reasons not to get too comfortable in your seat. His plays on words and sheer mastery of his vocal are what both shock and draw one in. The hook
Kaboom offers hits hard and not only burrows like a vicious earworm; it also ties together his compadres’ verses.
Enter: Money Man Loot – the rapper with the gravelly voice, high-energy and blonde/green silhouette. With a no-manners approach, Loot presents volatile lines that do the term “Grand Finale” justice. It’s also in this scene that viewers are magnetized with double-exposed images of all the money, jewels and fashion one would expect from a team such as this.
All in all, “Do Em Wrong” captures the embodiment of a hood-rich rampage. The video was shot and directed by Charlotte-based company, The A.V.E. Productions, and just released in conjunction with the new single, produced by Loaf Boy Nick. Check out this, and all of Kaboom Holy’s content via his social handles and links.
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