I heard about video and the editing but didn’t concentrated much on the talk roaming the street because, critics will always talk even if Jesus Christ has come down and direct your video. A remarkable thing Big Joe powered on in his video SIRRI B, featuring sound engineer DJO, produced by DJ Pazzo, is the energy and brashness.
Like never before, I felt the attitude, the spirit of an artist in his video clip just like him. A fusion of rap and RnB characterized with English Language, dialect and French, the song is an African inspired story with plenty of local colors: dressing, story line, geographical location and message.
Two artistes Big Joe emulated in his video are;
Stanley Enow. From the attitude and camera movement, Big Joe plays like Cameroons leading rapper Stanley Enow: playing with hands in front of the camera, bending head and smiles.
M.I. He looks too much like Nigerian political rapper, M.I of chocolate city. His skin color, resemblance, almost the same dressing style and height.
Enough said , Watch the video and see for yourself if Big, shouldn’t be awarded best artist with screen attitude.
I think “Best Artist On Screen” should be included in th upcoming awards events.