Chicago’s own tobi lou brings his music to life by using imagery in “Knock Knock.” Directed by Glassface, who transforms an imaginary robbery at a general store into an unpredictable ending. Additionally, this song is found on “tobi lou and the Juice” which was produced by Like. The video includes his sister, Tomi Adeyemi and Martin Nygyen as supporting robbers. Together, incorporating real life with a fantasy world of rebellion.
First, the video starts out with a sample from Johnny Mitchell’s 1971 song titled California. Tobi is then talking on the phone a bit disconnected as he waits for his call to go through. Secondly, the two proceed to prepare their imaginary concealed weapons and face masks to hit the lick. Thirdly, in the attempt to threaten the clerk for his Trump money Tomi receives an injury. Consequently, tobi shoots back but receives a bottle to the head as the third member makes off with the loot. Lastly, leaving him with no option but to drive away from the scene along with his sister.
tobi lou has demonstrated this year with augmented production and development his time is now. Preparing for his debut album titled Cult Classic which will be executively produced by NO I.D. Currently, he is on tour with Kyle’s Light Speed World Tour along with Marc E. Bassy. An artist I would highly suggest following if you haven’t already. With the last quarter closing soon, Tobi continues to finish strong with his visuals.
Someone said I was next but I might be now
In your city gettin’ checks like it’s Nike town
I don’t flex, I don’t flex but I’m icey now
Like I just turned sweetie to wifey now, ooh