B. Aull is an up-and-coming Brooklyn-based hip-hop artist from Portland, Maine. Not too long ago, he released a music video for his “Change Up” single, produced by Marc Mathias.
B. Aull “Change Up” music video
“Talk up, rather you would act up. Yeah, you got a knack but, you don’t stay on track, how can I ride with you? I just want some peace of mind. So I’m giving you a piece of mine. You say that you want this just as much as I do. I’m inside you, I can see it’s true. I really wanna see it through, I can see a lot of me in you. But you ain’t living up to the standards that I set for you. I’m not being rude, I just really want the best for you.” — lyrics
The Joshua Hand-directed audiovisual offers an introspective look inside the mind of B. Aull. It shows how he handles stress, anxiety, and the pressure of working full time on pursuing his dreams.
The song was written from the point-of-view of B. Aull’s conscience. Knowing he can change for the better, B. Aull delves into his struggles with self-doubt, laziness, and his desire to rid himself of those traits.
Plus, the artist hints that the song is also about someone else in his life.
Stream “Change Up” via Apple Music
‘Change Up’ contains a relatable storyline, conversational rap vocals, and melodic instrumentation scented with a contemporary rap aroma.
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