N.O.R.E. and Fabolous made a public appearance in order to unveil the music video for their newest track “Big Chain.” Michael Garcia is the director of the black-and-white music video, which features a minimalist set where the rappers from Queens and Brooklyn (respectively) link to flex bottles, blunts, chicks, and massive chains. The video was shot in black and white.
Before handing over the flow to Fab, the “Nothin'” rapper says, “Big chain, big charm since the 90s/From Far Rock to Flatbush in the 90s/Big chains for the grimies/Shots of ni**as that live shiny”
N.O.R.E.’s “Big Chain” is the second tune that can be found on their seventh studio album, titled 5E. It features contributions from artists such as Tory Lanez, Wyclef Jean, Sevyn Streeter, Pharrell Williams, Fat Joe, and Jadakiss, among others, and merges new-school and old-school styles.
In addition to his successful 20-year career as a musician, N.O.R.E. is presently dominating the game as a media figure thanks to his popular weekly podcast, Drink Champs, as well as Complex’s On The Run Eatin’ series.
Check out the music video for “Big Chain“.