Houston recording artist Sean Kiez returns to the music scene with his new and highly-anticipated single, “Bottom Bihh.” The animated music video, illustrated by Compton native Marcus D. Newsom, unveils the importance of having a “ride-or-die.” This catchy-soulful track underscores the powerful message of the single honoring the power of your soulmate to stand firm against all that life throws at you.
“The video for Bottom Bihh symbolizes life as a maze. We all go through so many different hurdles and we never know what life will give you,” Kiez comments about his inspiration for the visual. “I wanted to show the unity and bond in a relationship. By working together there’s nothing you can’t accomplish.”
With the help of comic book artist Newsom took his retro futuristic animation style to capture the “Bottom Bihh” visual and draw out a unique storyline reflecting the turns life takes. Acknowledging the good and the bad — whether that’s coming up on a real opportunity or falling victim to debt, a run in with law enforcement, addiction, etc. Kiez’s single shows the importance of having a partner that can get through it with you to the end. The cartoon Kiez becomes his own superhero in the video but, also includes animated cameos of his inspirations including the legend Master P, George Clinton, Kanye West, 50 Cent, Snoop Dogg and others to pay homage to the paths they paved for artists like himself.