San Diego-based award-winning rapper and entrepreneur Biggie Babylon just dropped his latest visuals for the single “All In,” produced by two times Platinum producer Thom Genius. Directed by Damien Sandoval, the music video unveils a sublime imagery, filled with swag, dimmed light, all shot in an underground casino. Often compared to the sound of Travis Scott and Post Malone, Biggie Babylon is showcasing a powerful track in which he shares some life changing truth such as the role taking risk plays in our lives, a symbol of both courage and vision.
Regarding his new track, Biggie shares: “I couldn’t picture what my life would be like without the music business and I decided I was ready to go “All In” one more time with everything I had. I was talking about this with my producer and friend Thom Genius and we decided that was going to be the subject for the first single. “All In” was recorded in Thom Genius’s garage because all the studios were shut down still from the pandemic. The lyrics are pretty much a message to myself reminding me of who I am, what I’ve accomplished in life, and how it needs to be done. You have to go “All In.
Artistically aligned with “All In,” Biggie Babylon’s upcoming album, Coronado California, will feature a rhythmic pop rap, some slight autotune, and is produced by two times Platinum producer Thom Genius, Mev The Renegade and Dabato.