Nigerian-born and Chicago-raised artist tobi lou has dropped an accompanying music video for “LINGO STARR.”
The title track of his three-song EP, the cinematic visual was directed by lou and his frequent collaborator Glassface. Shot in more than 10 different locations in Los Angeles, both the stunning music video and the lyricism address the long overdue introversion of racism in America.
LINGO STARR features lou at his most creative; the guitar sample on the Poolsuite-produced “Strikes Back” was flipped for “Drunken Master,” and producer Maximillian took elements of the first song for “Return of The Dragon.”
Watch tobi lou’s “LINGO STARR” music video above.
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