JACK BRUNO NEW VIDEO
“IT’S ME AGAIN”
“MBN (MUST BE NICE)”
PRODUCED BY HIT-BOY
ROLLING LOUD FESTIVAL PERFORMANCE DECEMBER 15TH
Los Angeles based emo rap artist Jack Bruno is thrilled to share two brand new releases today. The multi-talented musician first debuts a new music video for the rowdy self-produced “It’s Me Again” where he performs the mosher while getting a tattoo of himself, boldly indulging himself in an ego trip while encouraging self-love. Secondly, Bruno turns to frequent collaborator, Grammy-winning producer Hit-Boy, for his moody track, “MBN (Must Be Nice)” where he switches up his vibe and tells everyone to fuck off.
Bruno explains, “This is my first time dropping a completely self-produced track. It’s just unfiltered rowdy shit. I wrote it when I was on tour with 6ix9ine in Europe over the summer. So for the video, I took on the writing, producing and performing while I got a tattoo of myself on myself. ‘It’s Me Again’ is a basically an act of Narcissism.”
Bruno continues, “MBN (Must Be Nice) is the 2nd track I did with Hit-Boy. This girl I was seeing at the time would say ‘MBN (Must Be Nice) and I was like, wow that’s kind of a shitty attitude. But then again, I get it.”
Be sure to also check out the rest of Bruno’s playlist. His biggest single to date “Ciggy Said Light” featuring Playboi Carti has racked up over 1 Million Spotify Plays after its Complex premiere who declared it “another mosher.” Highsnobiety released Bruno’s “DVL on my SHLDR” featuring Smokepurpp and proclaimed it a “fire collaboration.”
This year alone, Bruno has been on the road touring with Wiz Khalifa, Juice WRLD and Tekashi 6ix9ine and also opened for Lil Xan’s London show. Coming up, fans can catch Bruno at the Rolling Loud Festival in Los Angeles this December 15th with headliners Cardi B and Lil Uzi Vert.
About Jack Bruno:
The singer, rapper, multi-instrumentalist cooks up a punked-up and gothed-out hip-hop style of his own. Grammy Winning producer Hit-Boy is executive producing his music that features collaborations with Playboi Carti, Smokepurpp, Famous Dex and Don Cannon. Bruno’s music is featured on tastemaker sites Hypebeast, Billboard, Highsnobiety, Elevator,Complex, HotNewHipHop, HipHopDX and more.
He’s put in the work to get here spending countless hours cooking up beats and adding guitar and piano to the sonic palette. Simultaneously, he’s honed his mic skills inspired by influences ranging from Kanye West and Drake to Skepta and JME.
His hip-hop breakout single debut teamed him with Famous Dex for “2 Goth Kids,” which has over 500K Spotify streams and landed on Spotify’s Clout Culture Playlist and Vevo’s “Incoming Hip-Hop” Playlist.
This year, Jack was a direct support for dates on Billboard Hot 100 rapper Juice WRLD’s WRLD Domination Tour and on Tekashi 6ix9ine’s World Domination Tour in Europe as well as opening on dates for Wiz Khalifa & Rae Sremmurd’s Dazed and Blazed Tour and opening for Lil Xan in London. His new Hit-Boy produced single “Ciggy Said Light” featuring Playboi Carti has racked up over 1 Million Plays on Spotify and was featured by Complex and Billboard. In addition to Hit-Boy, Bruno is working with top producers DJ Camper [Drake, Big Sean] and Don Cannon [Lil Uzi Vert, 50 Cent].
JACK BRUNO 2 NEW VIDEOS:
“SICK PUNK FLOW” PRODUCED BY HIT-BOY AND “DON’T MAKE ME SAD”
ROLLING LOUD FESTIVAL PERFORMANCE THIS SATURDAY
Los Angeles based punk rap artist Jack Bruno continues his December music roll-out with another pair of new music video releases today.
First, the multi-talented musician is thrilled to release a new music video for the booty-shaking Hit-Boy produced track “Sick Punk Flow.” With the devil on his shoulder, Bruno loses control and wiles out with the homies.
“The first time I heard the Sick Punk Flow beat I looked at Hit-Boy and was like, what the fuck is this… it’s some crazy future sound’,” explains Bruno. “I just remember being in NYC and going into the studio and just writing that shit on the spot. I literally got everything on my mind down into that song. It really captured the moment.”
Secondly, Bruno’s new music video for the punk rock and hip-hop leaning “Don’t Make Me Sad” explores post-break up moods and emotions, whether it’s overwhelming devastation or down right murderous intent.
With a performance slated at the Rolling Loud Festival this Saturday, Bruno is inspired to share plethora of music before the end of the year. Bruno kicked off his new playlist with the rowdy self-produced “It’s Me Again” and moody Hit-Boy produced “MBN (Must Be Nice).” Last week, Bruno dropped two new singles the impassioned “Don’t Make Me Sad” and the bittersweet “F*cked Up.”
About Jack Bruno:
LA based singer, rapper, multi-instrumentalist Jack Bruno cooks up a punked-up and gothed-out hip-hop style of his own. For his debut solo project, he’s recruited Grammy-Winning producer Hit-Boy, Playboi Carti, Smokepurpp and Famous Dex. The new playlist has already generated millions of plays across all streaming platforms with early support from tastemakers Hypebeast, Highsnobiety, Elevator, Complex, Billboard, HotNewHipHop and HipHopDX.
Bruno has most definitely put in the work for his success. He spent countless hours cooking up beats and adding guitar and piano layers to the sonic palette. Simultaneously, he’s honed his mic skills while inspired by Kanye West, Drake, Skepta and JME.
His breakout single “2 Goth Kids” featuring Famous Dex quickly generated over 500K Spotify streams landing on both the Clout Culture and Rap Nation Playlists. “Next Year” his fashion week inspired Don Cannon produced track has garnered over 675K streams and his music video “DVL on my SHLDR” featuring Smokepurrp premiered by Highsnobiety who declared the track a “fire collaboration.” Bruno’s biggest song release so far is the Hit-Boy produced “Ciggy Said Light” ft. Playboi Carti that hit over 1 Million Plays.
In 2018 alone, Bruno has been on the road touring with Wiz Khalifa, Juice WRLD and Tekashi 6ix9ine and also opened for Lil Xan’s London show. Coming up, fans can catch Bruno at the Rolling Loud Festival in Los Angeles on December 15th with headliners Cardi B and Lil Uzi Vert.