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One month after premiering the “Break It Up” remix with Innanet James, LULBIGBROTHER is back with an official video for the original song.

According to the DMV-based rapper, the new visual took two weeks to shoot, and the idea for it came from his desire to showcase an area everyone from his hometown would recognize.

“Video took about two weeks worth of shooting around the city, when me and AJ discussed the video we knew we wanted to shoot the video in a place where people from back home could easily identify with and we agreed on the metro because everyone takes the metro so let’s do it,” LULBIGBROTHER tells XXL.

The new visual for the track, which is definitely one of the catchier songs of the moment, are both steps toward what should be a big 2017 for the rising MC. LULBIGBROTHER tells XXL that he’s dropping his upcoming 2009 project within the next one or two months, so keep an eye out. For now, you can see the new visual for yourself below.

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