‘Big Boss Vette’ drops music video for self-titled anthem
Written by Vibe Houston Staff on November 16, 2021
Following the release of her self-titled single “Big Boss Vette,” one of hip-hop’s hottest new voices Big Boss Vette releases the official music video via Beatstaz/Amigo Records/Republic Records.
In the confident new video directed by Fonzy, the St. Louis’ rapper and singer seduces the screen with raw energy as she commands her lane as one to watch under neon lights.
Over skittering 808s and a bass thump, she tears into one braggadocious boast after another. With raw hunger in her delivery.
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Popping up everywhere, she recently revealed the cinematic visual for “Eater,” inciting a flurry of activity online and earning plugs from 4 Sho Magazine and more. Meanwhile, “Make Em Mad” just soundtracked an episode of HBO’s EMMY® Award-nominated Insecure from creator Issa Rae. It played during a key scene of episode 2 from the farewell season 5. Big Boss Vette excitedly broke the news on social media.
Maintaining incredible momentum, she unleashed “Eater” a few weeks back, with Consequence of Sound hailing the single as a “lively take on New Orleans bounce music,” calling Big Boss Vette “one to watch.” It received additional plugs from the likes of Enigma Online, The 360 Magazine, and more while appearing on The Alftiude’s A-List.
Now, she’s got even more heat on deck. You’ve been warned. There’s a new boss in town.
About Big Boss Vette:
Big Boss Vette asserts herself as a bright, blunt, and bold force for hip-hop with unapologetic bars, undeniable style, and a fiery flow of her own. The St. Louis rapper and singer lights up any room and instantly commands attention. As a kid, Big Boss Vette told everyone, “I want to be a rapper,” and she made good on her promise. Taking to social media, she posted freestyles on Facebook during high school, remixing the likes of Dej Loaf’s “Try Me” and making a viral impact with millions of views. She regularly uploaded remixes to YouTube and attracted an audience. However, trouble followed her everywhere—until she got shot. Changing the course of her life, she served up “Bad Bitch” in 2019 and racked up 1.7 million YouTube views. A year later, “Outside” exploded. Following a much-liked teaser video, her TikTok followers demanded the full version, and she delivered. It lit up TikTok with countless anime creates and support from Chlöe Bailey. At the same time, it generated 8 million Spotify streams and 2 million YouTube views. During 2021, she picked up the pace with “No Fakin,” “Dog Ass *,” and more. Along the way, she attracted the attention of Republic Records and landed a deal with the label. After raking in over 30 million total streams independently, she bosses up on a series of singles led by “Eater.”