Vitruvian MAN has dropped a double music video release, part of a trilogy. Executive producer Brandon Haze Johnson hired producer, lyricist, and medium Vitruvian MAN, for the project.
AMW Group presents the video series.
The series commences with the music video “Gonna Go To The Super Bowl.” The theme of the video is about a gentleman, played by Vitruvian MAN, that falls into a dream—a dream that unfolds in the three-part trilogy.
“Gonna Go To The Super Bowl” shows a couple that is speeding towards the Superbowl and having a lot of fun while making their way.
The track “Gonna Go To The Super Bowl” has a feel-good high vibe that works well with the music video as the two characters share a noticeable connection.
The series continues with the music video “Caviar,” the nickname he has for women (“rare, expensive, the very best”), and the video’s theme is based upon how they met.
The video takes place in a high-end club, with the gentleman, actor Vitruvian MAN, meeting his wife as they sip on drinks and enjoy the evening.
The music video, “Caviar,” takes a turn – with the duo holding up the cub, stealing 1 million dollars in cash. With the outro of the video of the pair speeding off in the night in a white Jaguar.
The video is well-produced and directed, easy to follow, and also very entertaining. The track “Caviar” has a sexy modern R&B feeling to it with Vitruvian MAN showing his talent and how he can flip genres like no other.
The video series continues with the final music video of the trilogy, “Bad Boi Bad Gurl.” The intro to the video shows actor Vitruvian MAN and his wife, Caviar, arriving at a motel, which appears to be a long drive for them.
Foreshadowing is created when actor Vitruvian MAN asks his wife
“Are You Ready,”
with a haunting yet confident response from “Caviar,”
“I am ready baby.” – followed by a knock at the door.
The video’s theme hits us with the pair meeting a thug to exchange cash for diamonds. The “rare, expensive, the very best,” Caviar, double-crosses the thug – receiving both money and diamonds.
During the video, the police kick in the door and shoots the thug with Caviar and the gentleman, actor, Vitruvian MAN speed off in a high police chase.
The trilogy ends with Caviar in the sunroof gesturing middle fingers up to the squad car during the high-speed chase.
With being the final and pinnacle part of the series, The track, “Bad Boi Bad Gurl,” is the most saturated and heavy song of the three-part trilogy. Each track is essentially a different genre performed by Vitruvian MAN.
The theme and music work exceptionally well together as Vitruvian MAN and producer Brandon Haze Johnson hit the mark in new era music and video collaboration.
Link to the music video (Gonna Go To The Super Bowl):
Link to the music video (Caviar):
Link to the music video(Bad Boi Bad Gurl):
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