From cooking up his music in the “lab” to donning the trademark hazmat suit, Bobby J From Rockaway becomes the hip-hop version of “Walter White” in his new video dedicated in part to the Breaking Bad protagonist himself.
Everything about the visuals perfectly pays tribute to the classic AMC show, and there’s no detail that director Llama and his team glossed over.
“This man right here is a bearer of witness that times are changing. This man has BARS!” – Jay Electronica
There’s the clever play on the Periodic Table of Elements in the intro, the blue smoke pouring out of the Retro RV’s roof, and, of course, Bobby wearing the yellow hazmat attire. Not to mention other little details that will make Breaking Bad fans wish the show was still on the air.
And then there’s the song itself, which remains just as fiery as when it was released as a single a few weeks back. From Statik Selektah’s superb production to Bobby’s slick verses, “Walter White” is one of the best cuts we’ve heard from the Queens native to date.
“Budding Queens emcee Bobby J is all about the lyrics and flows…” – Earmilk
Bobby has more new material on the way, too, so it’s time you got familiar.
Check out the visuals and head over to the digital outlet of your choice to support “Walter White,” out now via Make Noise.
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