Following the audio release last week, Puff Daddy has blessed the internet with the official visuals for his comeback single, “Big Homie.” The clip takes a step back from high-gloss visuals of recent Diddy efforts and aims to remind fans that Puffy still has cred in the street. You see Sean Combs and crew hanging out around NYC and LA, mean mugging for the camera, and occasionally counting large stacks of money that looks like it was picked up off a strip club floor after the third spin of “Cherry Pie” on amateur night.
The cleanliness of money currently circulating the United States aside, it really is surprising how many people Puff Daddy managed to wrangle for his video shoot. On the first viewing alone you might see:
There are several more littered throughout the clip, but I did not want to spoil all of the fun. “Big Homie” hits hard, and even though it lacks anything resembling substance it’s a track you cannot help revisiting again and again. It will be Puff Daddy’s next single that decides whether or not he really is back in touch with the hit-making abilities that first made him a household name, but for now there is a lot of fun and drunken, arrogant sing-a-longs to be had while this track is hot. You can view the video below.
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