Big K.R.I.T. ‘Boobie Miles’ Video: Rapper Aims to Movitate in Black-and-White Clip
The Mississippi-born rapper, who's signed to Def Jam and will release his debut LP, 'Live From the Underground,' on the label, tapped director Va$htie to film the black-and-white clip, which centers on three men striving to achieve their goals while playing various sports. The track is titled after Houston high school football player James "Boobie" Miles, who was the inspiration for the book and movie 'Friday Night Lights.'
In the clip, a soccer player, basketball player and bike rider are driven to complete their respective wins, whether it be towards the soccer goal, basketball hoop or landing a fresh turn. All while they're attempting their feats, K.R.I.T. is recording in the studio and laying down lyrics, working equally as hard.
K.R.I.T.'s '4Eva N a Day' mixtape debuted March 5.
Watch Big K.R.I.T.'s 'Boobie Miles' Video