Big Boi Debuts 'Shutterbugg' Music Video
"Shutterbugg" music video from Big Boi has made its way out. The clip is directed by Chris Robinson and features, among other bizarre scenes, the member of OutKast climbing a mount of sneakers with a female companion.
"It's basically a cut that's all about capturing the moment, whether it be your kid's first steps or you got a Polaroid and you with your lady somewhere," he told MTV about the video concept. "It's about capturing the moment and getting them good times."
The rapper continued, "When you look at certain photos, it takes you back to the moment, and that's what it's about. It's a funky, get-down, slap-your-sister-in-the-mouth jam."
"Shutterbugg" is one of the singles which is set to appear in Big Boi's upcoming first solo album "Sir Luscious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty" which is due July 6.
- Chris Brown Reacts to Accusations That He Pulled Gun on Woman
- 'Dancing with the Stars' Announces Full Cast and Pairings for Season 23
- 'Outlander' Casts David Berry in Pivotal Role of Lord John Grey
- 'Zombieland 2' Still Happening With Original's Scribes on Board
- Kim Kardashian Reportedly Furious Over Blac Chyna's Naked Photos for Paper Magazine
- Stephen Colbert Takes on Anthony Weiner's Sexting Scandal, Spoofs Beyonce's VMA Performance
- The Homeless Guy Accepting Miley Cyrus' Moonman at 2014 VMAs Is Selling the Trophy
- Beyonce's Daughter Blue Ivy Wears a $11,000 Dress to the VMAs Because of Course She Does