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BFB Da Packman & Zach Fox Share “Bob and Weave”

BFB Da Packman

BFB Da Packman is becoming our new spirit animal. His hilarious but tactful antics are as poignant as a stand-up show from Dave Chappelle. As an underground act, he has found his niche and has no problem sticking to it. Gathering solid features from the industry’s best, BFB Da Packman brings creatives into his world. His new duet “Bob and Weave” is a quirky record with guest vocals from Zach Fox.

Directed by Sirasounds, the video adds to the song’s surreal charm, the two artists laying it all on the line in pursuit of a laugh. Fox and Packman have a blast together, whether they’re playing dominoes, riding scooters, practicing their moves, drinking Henny, or vibing with locals at the nearby corner store. The clip for “Bob & Weave” is the latest high-quality visual from Fat N****s Need Love Too, Packman’s recently released debut album, following the pugilistic clip for the TikTok-trending “Ocean Prime” ft. Coi Leray.

With Fat N****s Need Love Too, Packman properly introduces himself. He’s not merely an eccentric or colorful figure, but one of the best bar-for-bar emcees in the game today. Take a break from the normal major label tracks and have some fun with BFB Da Packman & Zach Fox below!

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