Ocean Prime – [BFB Da Packman] ft. [Coi Leray]

BFB Da Packman was one of the few artists I heard once and was immediately a fan for life. Usually, it takes a little bit of time for me to warm up to an artist I had heard nothing about and wasn’t familiar with, but my introduction was “Free Joe Exotic”, like it was for most people, and ever since I’ve been obsessed. That’s why, when I saw all of the hard work he was putting into his debut album Fat N***** Need Love Too, I was on the edge of my seat to see what he’d deliver.

After hearing it, I was blown away and completely captivated by the unbelievable piece of work he had put together, and while it was obvious comical during many songs, there were also countless moments where his individuality and skills almost took your breath away more than I was ever expecting. While I’ve been running this project back time and time again since it was released, I was even more excited to see him team up with Coi Leray once again to shoot a music video for their amazing song “Ocean Prime”, which was directed by JDFilms.

As it opens, BFB and a little person walk through a doorway in slow motion into an old-school-looking boxing gym as a haze accentuates their rearview. As the song starts and his unique delivery begins, he starts reciting his lyrics as he slowly makes his way further into. The gym, observing some of the very lovely ladies getting their workout in. As he works out, the little person he’s with spots him and even feeds him doughnuts, quickly proving himself to be the perfect workout partner for BFB. When Coi comes in, she meets BFB in a boxing ring where they celebrate a few quick knockouts before she gets back to training with a heavy bag. Following this, there is a quick montage of knockouts that play for a bit and pretty much lead us out of the visual in a nice and natural manner.

While this music video is absolutely awesome, BFB never skimps on anything he puts his name on, so I’m not surprised. As far as his debut album goes, he lays it all out on the table knowing that people are either going to love him or hate him, but after listening, it’s almost impossible to feel any sort of negativity towards this man. Throughout the 18 songs and just about a 48 minute long run time, Da Packman shows us his full, transparent self that is as compelling as it is likable, and I don’t think it could have turned out better if he tried. Even. The slew of features he recruited all worked out wonderfully, including names like Sada Baby, Wiz Khalifa, Benny the Butcher, Lil Yachty, and more. While I highly suggest checking out BFB Da Packman’s debut album if you haven’t already, you definitely need to make a point to tune into his brand-new music video for his song “Ocean Prime” featuring Coi Leray as well.